We are finally home!
Boy oh boy does it feel good too!
I would have to say this was one of the most challenging pipeline
trips we have made to date.
Mainly because we had the little
pipeliner for the whole trip.
I think he will be a future operator!
We started out with lots and lots of snow on the ground,
plus a few days of below zero temps!
A move from one hotel floor to another,
and then a move to another hotel all together a few miles away.
We went from winter coats, boots and gloves;
to warmer temps with lots of melting snow
The last week of our trip was the week of mud!
Grandma knows you can't keep a little boy and
his cars out of the mud!
Lets just say it was days filled with getting our clothes
changed a few times,
and lots of baths!
But we all survived!
I wonder if little man will even remember the months
spent out of town with grandma and gramps?
When we left home the ground was covered in snow.
Upon returning everything has melted
leaving behind piles of rocks deposited by the snowplow.
The dirt from new water line that we ran late last fall has settled.
Plenty of bare spots where the sod was scraped off for the
new shed in need of grass seeding.
Plenty of spring projects for sure!
But this morning all the reminders of work were covered in
For now, I think I will just sit back, relax and watch the snow melt
while enjoying my
HOME SWEET HOME!