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Monday April 20 — Recovering from the Plague

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I felt better today, but still sneezing and coughing quite a bit. However, Ann spent some time wandering around Alamogordo taking photos (good for her!). She even managed to wiggle her way onto private grounds to photograph building used in several meetings (Fred and Cindy tells us that usually NO ONE is allowed to go inside the gates). I hope to publish some of her photos on Wednesday.  We will most likely leave Tularosa on Wednesday.

I got a bit of good news. Ann and I will be the inaugural guests at Red River’s Bed and Breakfast in Fredericksburg, Texas (once the plague leaves me and we can make it there). Tomorrow I will nail down a date with James.

James runs the Red River Jeep Tours in Red River, NM, along with the Uncorked Wine Tour and now a bed and breakfast in Fredericksburg.

How about those bed lights!


7 Comments on “Monday April 20 — Recovering from the Plague

  1. Lee Murray

    If yall decide to make it through San Saba or Llano send me an email. I’d like to say hello when yall pass through.

  2. mmdeilers Post author

    This morning I am feeling much better! But, now it’s Ann’s turn. She woke up coughing and sneezing. We have to keep a close eye on it given her asthma (contracted thanks to a poorly installed air conditioning unit in Saudi that developed mold, which infected many of her fellow airmen). So, we may be laid up here a few more days …sigh.

    Lee, we will be in that area. Another reader lives in Llano. Now that I am better, I will spend part of today hashing out a travel schedule that we can execute once Ann is feeling better.

    Craig, I’ll ask James about that.

    Roberto, Yes, I have been coughing and sneezing for a couple days. Fortunately, I got sick at the right time. We have a guest house to ourselves so I’ve been quarantined for a few days 🙂

  3. mmdeilers Post author

    I’ve already read two books. I had to do something else 🙂 Besides, my computer doesn’t seem to mind when I sneeze or cough.

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