A quick personal update here before I get into the discussion. I am going to take a break here over the weekend as my wife and I will head out of town to celebrate our 23rd wedding anniversary, a month late. We wanted to do this trip back in the end of September, but it did not work out for us to get away. Now we have the opportunity, so we will be going to Camden for a few days, and I am excited to go.
I am close to running out of gas at this point. Sleep has been short over the past few days while tracking this current storm. I do this along with my day job in Portland. Both are demanding at times, and I am doing all I can here to take care of both ends, as well being a husband and father.
I will provide some sort of an update on the weekend storm either here, Facebook and/or Twitter (links below) but it will be brief and to the point on Thursday.
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Sun north, rain for the coast,
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