I got it from our local library, but It is also available from Amazon.
In some ways it reminded me of The Art of Racing in The Rain, by Garth Stein. I know several of you have enjoyed that one.
Funny, how similar the cover art is! Anyway, it's a good, non-stressful read. I finished it in two evenings.
The Alfa is finally home!
After our little mishap last month, we drove it over to a repair place in San Jose called Leale's. They did the fiberglass repair and painting during the first week or so, but have been waiting for the replacement back decal to come in.
During that time we have picked it up and took it to get Blue Ox installed, and also took it off to Dublin (30 miles away) to have the windshield reset. Given that we weren't going anywhere, it was easiest to leave it in their storage yard.
Friday morning we were told it would be at least another week until they got the decal. Since we are planning on leaving for our trip before that, we decided to pick her up and drive her home so we can do a bit of cleaning and loading.
As you may recall, driving down our road and parking on our land is a challenge. But we are happy to report the task went very smoothly. Craig drove it to our driveway and then we switched places and I drove while he gave directions. We have learned how to work together quite well on this.
It really is nice to see the Alfa on her parking pad again. It will be fun packing and arranging our things for the trip.
It will only be our real home when we actually go full time.