This Saturday will mark the two year anniversary of my departure from formal work, I’ll have much more to say on that next week. In the meantime, enjoy some juicy photos.
April: I left my job on 4/13. A week before my last day, I stopped in the Chicago office for one last trip.
May: Mrs. 1500 and I visited the Penny Planters in Florida.
July: We went to Maine where we caused mischief in Portland.
August: Mrs. 1500 and I went to Scotland where we visited with a Mad Fientist.
September: PopUp Business School in Longmont:
October: San Diego for a conference.
November: I went to the Pacific Northwest where I hiked Olympic National Park with a friend:
December: Las Vegas!
January 2018: Camp FI Southwest.
February 2018: There must not have been a lot going on as this was the best I could come up with.
March 2018: We headed off to Portland where I ran my first (and probably last) half-marathon. Before the race, we drove up the Oregon coast.
April 2018: We headed to New Mexico to the Trinity Site.
May 2018: The Berkshire Hathaway meeting in Omaha is always a blast.
July: We spent the 4th of July holiday with the Waffles on Wednesday couple. Since it was a Wednesday:
August: I went to Minnesota to visit with relatives and attend Camp FI Midwest.
September: FinCon! BeerCon?
November: St. Louis! I went to see Matt Talbott perform a living room show.
December: Florida again!
January: Camp FI Southwest.
February: Girl Scout cookie chaos.
March: For spring break, we stayed put.
We Didn’t Sit Still
I’m surprised by how much we moved around. While I like
We were going to take a big trip in March, but then we called the whole thing off. It was good to spend some time with the girls at home. No moving around to different hotels constantly. No fights in the backseat of the car. No cranky kids from excessive site-seeing.
So yeah, we’ll lay low for a while. We’ll enjoy life at home. Walk and bike. Watch sunsets over the mountains
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