The old city of Strasbourg, France, is surrounded by water–it’s basically an overgrown canal–so we took a book tour around it. They used headphones, so everyone could hear the info about the city in their language of choice, which is a smart idea. The ride was expensive, but worth doing.
We are in the Philly airport, waiting for our next flight. Ann got the bright idea of buying a postcard and sending it back to the kids. We found a magazine place that sold postcards, but they don’t sell stamps. Brilliant.
So if you’re reading this, kids, consider it to be your postcard.
The previous homeowner built a big shed and left it for us. Nice. And he built it sitting on the ground. Fail. It’s had a bunch of termites. So today the family got together to raise the shed up off the ground. We used a 2-ton bottle jack that I bought from Amazon to raise it, then put a bunch of bricks under it. We raised it about 3 inches, which is probably not enough, but it’s better than what it was.