Moved in and online!

Black-eyed Susans and new house

We are now moved and mostly settled in at the new house, after a hectic couple of weeks. I have yet to have a chance to really enjoy the meadows, as the only really sunny day we’ve had since the move was on the actual date we were moving. However, a couple of short semi-sunny breaks have inspired me enough to try (whereupon I promptly get rained on again).

I am housesitting for my parents again for a couple of days, and have solid internet access, but just as I was leaving this afternoon the serviceguy arrived to test for signal strength for wireless internet at our house, and to install it if the strength was good. I arrived here late, after Dan had headed out to do Whip-poor-will surveys, so I haven’t heard what the final verdict was, yet.

Skipper and meadow

We were up at 3am for MAPS this morning, and because of the housesitting I missed the usual post-MAPS recovery nap. My eyelids are droopy and my neck starting to go rubbery, so just a short post tonight. However, I have lots of material from our recent MAPS visits that I want to post, so look for those over the next few days!

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Author: Seabrooke

Author of Peterson Field Guide to Moths. Writer of action/thriller SF/F YA. Story junkie. Nature nut. Tea addict. Staffperson to five fourleggeds. Finding happiness in the little things. Twitter: @SeabrookeN / @SeabrookeLeckie

4 thoughts on “Moved in and online!”

  1. Congratulations on the move…

    I’m curious as to who you got internet with (I assume it’s RF?) and how you went about finding them. I’m looking to get internet to a barn on a rural lot just outside Toronto, and am having a heck of a time finding a provider that is somewhat affordable.

    ? thoughts?

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