Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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It's been a crazy period of my life... I got evicted with no reason given, Corvallis has been completely overrun by  predatory property management companies, and I've been having a heluva time finding a reasonable place to live. But I found a good one yesterday, signed paperwork and paid initial move-in costs today, and will move in over the next few days. Even got an okay for Bif. It's a nice older place with real character, and the owner/landlord, who lives downstairs, is a construction contractor, so not only is everything in good shape, but if something goes wrong, he's right there to get on it.

So the blog hiatus is not due to ill health or anything on my part, just too busy with other stuff to fuss with that too. Posting will be light to nil through the weekend, but I will get caught up with the Geo 365 series next week at latest. Sunday Funnies may be AWOL until next Sunday. I have to be out of my current apartment by Sunday night, so hopefully Monday, life will settle back into a more normal routine. Until then, wish me luck.

6 comments:

jrepka said...

Good Luck!

Bob Rutledge said...

Boo to *all* property management companies, yay to finding a good place despite the effers, and smooth moving to you!

David Orr said...

Yikes! Sorry to hear of your housing troubles. Same problems with property management companies here in Bloomington. Good luck in the new place!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to hear that you found a good place! But seriously, I needs my Sunday Funnies.

SkinnyDennis said...

Glad you're hanging in there, always look forward to your daily posts, and especially the Sunday Funnies!

Ron Schott said...

I was wondering if something was up. Sorry to hear about getting kicked out, but glad to hear you'll be making a soft landing. When you get settled back in you'll find I've updated the map for Geo730 - not sure, but it might be a new URL (because of an update with Google Fusion Tables).

Anyhow, I'll be eagerly awaiting the resumption of the Geo730 series once a sense of normalcy has returned.

Best wishes!