Alright, I suppose I have some 'splainin to do. We went to NC as I explained what feels like forever to do. The park there was really nice as far as scenery goes, the lake and surrounding woods was amazing. On the other hand, they had just gone through spring break so the staff was less then pleasant.
We cut our stay there short to about 3 days, and came up to Gloucester, VA. It is nice to be back in Virginia again, I have to admit. I always tell people that I'm going to live in the city when I grow up, but there is still a big part of me that wants to live in the middle of nowhere as well; on the weekends at least, and as long as I can get Fiber Optic in the middle of this nowhere.
We stayed the first weekend hanging out with out good friends Dean and Marge, and I had the pleasant opportunity to meet two new friends; Rene and Mira. Dean and his wife left after the first weekend, and thats when my Uncles family came for a weekend. They have a boat here and so we got to ride around on that (pictures of the Chesapeake Bay soon to come). They left and since then we have not done so much except sit around.
I will say that the library here is very nice, much nicer then even the new library in [west] Boca Raton. Lots of books, audio books, and fast free Internet. I would have, as promised, uploaded more pictures but due to a simple irreversible mistake I deleted my pictures folder in linux; no recycling bin. I did manually recover some files by having to do a full disk scan and blah blah blah tech stuff, but the program I used to do so wasn't that great and so mainly failed. If I had Steve Gibson's SpinRite I might have had more success. [www.grc.com for more info on that - its not shameless for me to plug in Steve here in this case.]
Welp, as I write this my Uncles family just came back, so I guess I have to leave. I intend to have pictures up soon, the net here is constantly going in and out so I might not be able to upload until we go back to the library...
Anyways thats all from me,
Speak to you soon.
-Love from Kenny.
My thumb hurts. [Eddie Izzard fans delight.]