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11/18/10, Monroe, MI - After 5 1/2 weeks on the job here in Michigan, Iím finally headed back to Colorado. Later this morning, after a few hours of sleep, Iím driving to Grand Rapids to see my family.  Then, itís off to La Garita, CO.  On the way, I plan on stopping to pick up some new horseshoes and collars from Amish friends in southern Indiana.

I wish I could say that working the past few weeks on 12 hour back shifts was fun, but I think you would see that is a small departure from the truth. However, the folks here at the Fermi plant were great, and Iíll miss their company.


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Dressed out in my Orex paper modesty clothes (PJís) and about ready to don some Anti-contamination clothes for the nights work. (Now thatís something that will wipe the smile off my face!)

After stopping in Grand Rapids, MI tomorrow, I plan on turning south and heading for Odon, IN.  I need to stop at Graber Steel for some horseshoes, and by Dave Kneppís Collar shop to pick up some new collars and collar pads. Then Iím turning the wheel towards the setting sun and shooting home for Colorado. 

Thereís a big Thanksgiving shindig planned at the La Garita Trading Post, and even though the festivities would go on without me, I should get there in plenty of time to ensure they wonít.

Bonnie Nusbaum has informed me that the Three Amigos have her husband Jerry totally trained. When he drives into the pasture, they jockey into position for their treats and wonít budge until theyíve received their rewards. The Nusbaums have done a wonderful job looking out for my three pals while Iíve been off earning some oat and hay money.

Unfortunately, Iíll only have a few short weeks to enjoy the company of my friends in La Garita, before Iím off to work another short term contract in New England. I guess itís best make my grain money while I can when the weather is poor. This way, the lads will look all nice and sleek when good driving weather hits the Rockies.

Stay tuned, more posts are coming.