Being new to the area, I have found reading the local paper and listening to a popular local radio show has been helpful to hear about local happenings. Occasionally, Navar and I take turns at singing the nobody likes me everybody hates me, worm song. Fitting in is sometimes harder than both of us thought it would be. But, that’s OK, I think Life in general is harder than both of us thought it would be. Trying to figure out what my interests are so maybe I can meet new friends or maybe just one good friend would be nice, Quilting B, Naaa… Womens Club across the street NO Way too scary, local Church or Bar I don’t know. Bluebird club Yes! They don’t meet much, it’s cheep to belong to and they give you 3 bird boxes to hang up and I get to learn about blue birds, very cool! I’m often surprised at finding out what floats my boat. Jumping up and down is usually a good indication. Going to sleep at night drifting off to sleep whispering to myself “That was so much fun! That was so much fun!’ Also a good sign. I felt that way when we went to the Dutch Oven Cooking Contest. I guess I like to cook some and the idea of cooking outside I think for some reason is boat floating worthy. The bird club gave us 3 blue bird boxes to hang up on posts some where, I guess that’s my next step to figure out where to hang the boxes up. I will be taking pictures of the spot and probably talking a little bit about what I learn about blue birds. I did find a Bluebird cam which I will put up at the top of the blog. That could be fun especially if a bird actually comes to the box and builds a nest. A little off topic but I put a couple of new cam’s at the top of the blog under Web Cams: The observatory in Hawaii on the Big Island so you can see the stars; Navar and I watched the sun setting in Paris behind the Eiffel Tower; and clicked over to see the sun setting behind the Statue of Liberty that was fun; also watching the Vancouver Canada skyline late at night is fun. What kinds of things float your boat? You do have a boat don’t you?