For starters the strep infection ran on for a rather absurdly long time. Even at the end of a 10 day course of antibiotics I was still not doing terribly well, and a couple weeks after that even, my lymph nodes are still swollen, though I feel pretty, OK.
I made a brief attempt to do some work out at my land. My energy was super low from having been so miserably sick for so long. And it was cold. Damned cold; so that's done for the season.
And I'm in Nevada now. In a little shit town out in the desert, oddly enough living in some sort of small suburb, upon which wild horses descend at night to feast upon the sweet watered lawns. A rather surreal living situation, but it seems to be working out just fine.
The plan this winter, for money, is to work as a Snow Ranger in the Sierra near Lake Tahoe.
On the home front, this is my primary plan:
Like I've said before, to hell with going to the gym. It was a pretty serious investment, but I hate people, so this will pay dividends in terms motivation and thus of the duration I can continue working a seriously physical job in the outdoors. It's good to be getting back into it after a bit of a break for some heavy stone work at Crater Lake and, of course, the illness.
Today, I have Internet again, so perhaps I will be able to post more frequently now that the bulk of the irritation from the twice-a-year homelessness phase has been dealt with.