“The time has come,” the Walrus said,
“To talk of many things:
Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax–
Of cabbages–and kings–
And why the sea is boiling hot–
And whether pigs have wings.” – Lewis Carroll
Not real relevant to anything, but I like the poem, so I thought I would just put it at the start of this post just for fun and perhaps to draw your attention to the fact that we are now seriously planning our transition to St. George, Utah.
The house is on the market and we are going to fly to St. George to see whether we would be comfortable making our home there for a year or so. It seems somewhat crazy to be planning to move somewhere we have never visited, but what the hell, we can always change our plans.
Our latest thought is we will head out there in late August. The outline for the trip is a flight to Las Vegas, rent a car, and drive over the state line to St. George.
We will contact a Realtor to get the lay of the land and the rental market and see if they have suggestions for areas to scout. We plan to spend 2-3 days wandering the town to get a feel for it. (I am hoping not to get the heebee jeebees, but instead a warm, fuzzy feeling.) Hopefully, we will have time to check out some restaurants, see the downtown, and look at the areas where there are available rentals. One of our thoughts is that we should head to the local grocery stores to see what we will be able/not able to get. It seems like an important part of the litmus test of what the city is like. We both think that wandering for a few days should be enough to make the decision. But like everything else in this adventure, we are open to changing it quickly.
I don’t expect we will have time to do any recreational activities. Perhaps one or two short hikes, but I think we will save that for once we have moved. But given the beautiful landscapes, we will see if we can get some in.
5 thoughts on “Time to Look at St. George”
Best of luck in finding your new home-positive vibes. And love that poem.
Sounds very exciting. I will be out to visit you once you are settled in. I am the Mom I don’t have to wait for an invite. 🙂
In Utah there are no pinkos, only necks that are so red it’s off the color spectrum
YIKES, it is geting closer and closer to your move.
You’re going to have to come back and visit, or vice versa.
Luckily, McCarren Airport in Vegas is one of the cheapest to fly in and out of.
Check it out:
Come back and visit often!
1. Wait. If Esther and I both show up during winter vacation, who gets the bed? 2. Check the fine print on your lease and make sure it doesn’t involve post-mortem baptism. 3. You are required to come to dinner in Albany Park before you depart. NO RED WINE. I just painted the kitchen.