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I deleted the post because my thoughts were running ahead of my ability to keep up on the keyboard and somehow the buggy got ahead of the horse. Here's what I said:I guess as I understand it, Jackson is the town and Jackson Hole is the valley. I've never been there, but I understand it is set down among and surrounded by mountains. I used to frequent Cheyenne on a regular basis but never on the western side that far north. That would be beautiful country if one could make a living there. Anyway, allow me to wish you and yours the best of luck on your new venture. I hope when you do move you'll stay in touch here so we'll know how you're acclimating to a colder clime. Cheers.
Hey Bill, you are right about the difference in the name of the town and the valley. I have lived surrounded by mountains before in Salt Lake. It is nice because you can always figure out where you are. That is very different that visiting family in Kansas where it is so flat I lose all sense of direction.The good thing about being online is that it does not really matter where you are as long as you have a connection. I certainly do plan on continuing to blog, maybe better than the last couple months but I am not making promises.