Off the Grid
We spent the weekend with my dad and his wife. They live in a very nice, new development neighborhood, with big, new, modern homes . . . out in the real, honest-to-goodness, country. And I mean the country. From my old hometown, the drive to their home is 20 minutes through rural farm lands — flat as the eye can see.
They live so far out, their only Internet access is dial-up. This is my reason for missing yesterday’s post. I was essentially off the Internet grid for about 36 hours. I got on the ‘net for about 10 minutes Saturday, but it takes so long to load pages through the phone lines, I gave up.
Anyway, we had a good time, but I missed a post.