Well, we managed to make the move this last week, arriving down in Tehachapi late Tuesday night (around 10pm). Fortunately we had two members of our ward who showed up anyway in spite of how late it was and helped us unload enough stuff from the rental truck to get our mattress and box springs unloaded so we could actually sleep that night. We got the rest of the truck unloaded the next day, while the others at MSS were getting the shop setup. By the time I left Wednesday night, we had most of the computers back up, and by Thursday I was back to work getting stuff ordered for our flight vehicles.
Anyhow, blogging is going to be light over the next week or so while we try and get the house actually unpacked and organized, and while we try to get some sort of internet access setup. But hopefully we should have some cool things to show off in the near future.
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