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It goes without saying that the last few months have been completely crazy. The entire world is coping with a strange new virus, and our family is not an exception to that. The end of kindergarten became virtual for Felix at the end of the year, and now we’re preparing for another round of virtual learning set to start in just a few weeks. Hopefully the district’s plan for remote learning goes well, but we are working on our own plans to supplement what our school will be offering.

We had planned a trip to Japan at the end of May that of course ended up getting canceled. Instead, we decided to take a road trip to Yellowstone, which was lots of fun. Felix enjoyed seeing the animals, and also the “stinky” geysers. We were even treated to a snowfall in the middle of June.

In July, someone at work posted his Honda S2000 for sale. After I drove it, I knew it was a car I wanted. I did quite a bit of research and ended up finding one in New Orleans that was a better fit, and ultimately I ended up buying it. I had it checked out at a Honda dealership there, completed the purchase remotely, and had it shipped. It was definitely unnerving, but I really love my new car! It’s only got 21,000 miles on it, which is crazy for a 20-year-old car. It’s immaculate inside and out. Felix was gracious enough to model it for me; photos are posted. I currently have it in the shop getting a clear bra; I can’t wait to get it back so I can drive it.

Posted by nick.steinbaugh at 12:04 PM
Filed under: Cars, Travel, Wyoming, Yellowstone