November update: Our time in SD was limited to about three months. It was a good sojourn and our last stop as Airstreamers.
Jake and I have been in San Diego for 15 days now. It's been an adjustment.
Dog Beach at San Diego’s Ocean Beach is one of our favorite spots. We're living 27 miles east of the Pacific, and have found some spectacular hiking in the mountains nearby our new homestead as well.
Work is going well. I am here on a writing assignment, one that will hopefully last for a while.
Writing and living in an Airstream is a whole different experience compared to traversing the continent selling meteorites and connecting with friends and family. It's a MUCH more solitary existence.
Work, yoga, and getting Jake out sums up my current routine. It's not super exciting, but not bad either. Of course there is the excitement and strangeness of being in a new town.
San Diego is gorgeous. Jake and I are both psyched to be missing a Sonoran summer. Last summer about did us in.
I've also discovered Facebook--where I've wasted a lot of my spare time lately. The good part of it is that it provides a way to stay in contact with close friends who are geographically dispersed. The bad part? My new found Facebook Scrabble addiction is one example. Luckily it's an addiction that's already ebbed considerably.
Doing many more updates on Facebook these days than updates here. My most recent Facebook post is recreated below--on D-Day.
Cheers from San Diego County,
Jim and Jake