Off the Grid  Retirement at our remote log cabin in Colorado

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Miracles do Happen

Posted by: Rick

If you've followed this blog for long you've seen posts like this one or this one about FedEx's inability to figure out how to deliver packages to us. That makes this photo priceless:

FedEx Freight delivered two palettes of sand (for sand blasting the cabin, more on that later) directly to our driveway on Tuesday! I guess the driver got pretty lost and one of the crew working on the cabin had to go find him.

Next entry: Spring Snowstorm

Previous entry: Missing Hailey

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  • Definitely a good characterization of Colorado.

    Posted to: ‘Spring Snowstorm’ by Rick on 05/21/2017

  • PS, our friends in Stockholm sent us this today…could this be Colorado instead?  Or Oregon?…

    Posted to: ‘Spring Snowstorm’ by Tom Davis on 05/21/2017

  • Yep, no question, that’s a traditional Colorado spring. 
    smilePosted to: ‘Spring Snowstorm’ by Tom Davis on 05/21/2017

  • I can certainly understand how that delivery would be monumental.  I am anxious to hear…

    Posted to: ‘Miracles do Happen’ by Tom Davis on 05/19/2017

  • Many hugs from us miles away.  I understand your loss.  Thanks for sharing with us…

    Posted to: ‘Missing Hailey’ by Tom on 05/18/2017

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