[Geysers] Ensconsed in Arizona

TSBryan at aol.com TSBryan at aol.com
Wed Nov 29 19:35:57 PST 2006

You will notice that if you did not receive this directly to you, that you  
are included anyhow, via "Geysers". I write to all my friends.
After six days (less, actually) days in residence at our place in Oro  
Valley, AZ, I actually feel like calling this "home." Yes. So much nicer than  any 
of the previous four residences we've had. So, OK, some readers say "They  
moved again!" and it is so -- but for the better.
Anyhow, today saw the delivery of a washer, dryer, fridge and dishwasher,  
and the installation of HDTV cable. Tomorrow is some furniture. And meanwhile,  
working to organize things out in the garage, we now can get both (yes, all 
two  of them) cars into the garage! Yay.
I wonder where the current version of my book is, or where the folders of  
geyser photos are. Well, most likely they are all in some of those boxes  
labeled "geysers" that are stacked in the living room. Where they will remain  until 
after we've painted the entire place, set up the bookshelves, and  etc.
And further good news-- stepdaughter Sherri, who is a licensed Certified  
Nursing Assistant, now has a job that looks to quickly become a full-time,  
live-in position. That will be, ummmm, nice.
Anyhow. Still on AOL dial-up. The DSL modem moved from Calif will not work  
here. just won't. But per Qwest, I will have a compatible modem by Monday.  I 
Thanks for the interest!
T. Scott  Bryan
14531 N. Alamo Canyon Drive
Oro Valley, AZ 85755-9173

(520)  825-7633

TSBryan at aol.com
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