It has been busy the last two weeks for Erin and I as we've returned to Colorado. We celebrated a subdued 4th of July without fireworks due to the recent fires. We were able to pull the motorcycle out of storage and take it up to the mountains for a ride and a hike. We've also enjoyed spending time with friends and family
Most of our time has been spent looking for a new place to live. It has been difficult as we want something that's centrally located, has a washer and dryer, and allows dogs. I think we may have finally found something and we've filled out our applications.
I've also been looking for a job. The scanning, applying, and interviewing is not fun, but I'm optimistic that I'll find something that will be good. This week Erin is preparing to teach Journalism/Newspaper next year with a week-long class on the subjects up at Fort Collins.
It's nice to be back, but we are experiencing some reverse culture shock. The food and food options are awesome, but traffic and gridlock are something we're still getting used to. Things are a lot easier to accomplish as I noticed when I picked up our household goods from a warehouse. Being able to speak and understand the local language is something we tend to take for granted.
We'll probably struggle as we continue to adapt to life back in the US, but it makes us appreciate the different styles of life that are possible here and around the world.