After nice long vacation that involved a lot of boating, fishing, swimming, reading, and laying around (not to mention a bit of GeoCaching as well as a whole lot of driving) we’re back in town and settling back in. We ended up covering close to 3000 miles in twelve days, most of which came at the front and back end of our trip. In fact, this past weekend we set a family record by driving 815 miles in one day (Saturday) with all four kids in the car en route to a two day total of 1380 miles. Not too shabby when you’re hauling kids ranging in age from 18 months to 8 years.
Anyway, things should now be returning to normal as far as this site goes. Along these lines, I’d like to thank all of the guest bloggers who helped to keep things chugging along last week. I’d also like to hear what you readers thought about the guest blogging ‘experiment’. Good? Bad? Indifferent?
Finally, I just wanted to mention that the Carnival of Personal Finance is up over at raising4boys.com.
4 Responses to “Back in Town, Life Returning to Normal”
Matt, thanks for your thoughts. I figured a few articles from a different perspective would be better than ‘dead air’ in my absence.
Most of the articles were good. A couple got preachy enough that if I hadn’t known in advance that they were guests I’d have stopped coming back.
How was the Geocaching, thats something I really would like to get into.
Geocaching rules! Your the man Nickel! Welcome back!