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I'm already to go. Mailed some items yesterday, carrying the rest with me. I dropped off an address to HR where the tax info can be mailed. I stopped by housing to let them know I'm out and gave them my keys...wow...I'm keyless again...after years of having to carry around a big ring...just feeling the freedom again...

Quick look---one night on the bus, two nights on the train, two nights in Oshkosh, two nights in Green Bay, two nights in Chicago, one night in Wickenburg.

I'm catching the bus in McCall this evening at 6:30 and will be travelling to Boise and catching a transfer to Portland. I'll have a couple of hours early tomorrow there before heading north to Seattle.

At 4:45 pm tomorrow, I'll catch the Empire Builder. It's the Amtrak train to Milwaukee. It chugs by Glacier National Park and kind of mirrors Highway 2 across.

I should arrive in Milwaukee around 2 pm on Sunday and I'll catch the bus up to Oshkosh. I'm staying at the Park Plaza hotel again, my sister is the kitchen manager and I got a little deal on the room. Monday morning--9ish--I plan on stopping by the Creekview Cafe to visit some friends. I'm thinking about going to the Y later in the day to see some people too.

Tuesday I'm heading up to Green Bay, where another sister will pick me up and take me to my mother's place in DePere. I'll stay there a couple of days and head down to Chicago on Thursday.

I'm staying at the HI-Chicago again...nice place..cheap...nice location. I have a shuttle picking me up there to go to O'Hare. I'm taking American Airlines Flight 2435 to Phoenix. At first I was planning on staying a day in Phoenix before heading to the ranch, but it worked out better to grab a ride to Wickenburg from the airport. I'll stay one night at the Super 8 there then head over to the ranch.

I know I can get online in Chicago, but it might be scarce between places. I'm also not too sure how often I'll be able to get online once I'm there.

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