In December I was handed an opportunity to come out of retirement and participate in a real world mission again. Who wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to be a super hero, travel great distances, spend tons of money to support a critical national security mission? Before I knew it the mission was out of control with twists and turns, soon the mission didn’t resembled anything of the original task. But, I am getting ahead of myself, I will start from the beginning…
The New Year came and went and I still had pictures in my Hummm file that needed to be released to the greater world. Well, a bit late for 2019… but, better late than never when it comes to the things that make us go Hummmm!
I have to face it, I do not like it when people talk trash about me. In the past, I have been called crazy, selfish, witch, and many other very un-flattering things. Some of those did have the effect intended and pissed me off.
So now it is my turn to talk trash about some of my fellow humans.
It is the second week of January and already we are showing off signs of an early Spring.
Ahhh…The start of a New Year, an escape to nature. We had planned for weeks to escape the fireworks in our part of The Netherlands to a nice quiet location in the eastern woods of Drenthe.
Our New Year here at The Cedar Journal has finally started and with a huge bang. As promised we headed to our scheduled escape from the yearly fireworks of New Years Eve. I visited the last of the 12 provinces on my Dutch “must do” list with this camping adventure to Drenthe.
With about everything except the kitchen sink, we loaded our VW Caddy and set out on our two hour drive across the country towards the German border.
Have you have noticed that we have made some changes this last year to our transportation fleet?
December is a perfect time to update everyone on our changes and introduce officially our new fleet.