The flights went without flaw yesterday.
Everything at the Sabine Farm is just right.
No sign of mice.
My car started.
This morning brought the predicted "big American breakfast" to which I had been looking forward.
The local library had called to let me know that some of the interlibrary loan books I ordered via internet while still in Roma had arrived.
The new copy of the Pope’s book in English was waiting for me, along with the "new" Tolkien book.
I managed after changing the router services to fire up the dormant encoder for the Z-Cam. When I have more time I will get the cam going in the Sabine Chapel, at least once in a while.
Now for more groceries and catching up on snail-mail (a real heap).
There are beautiful irises blooming and many of the flowering bushes around the place are doing their stuff.