Glancing at the calendar, I still cannot believe just how quickly time has flown. It seems like just a few months ago that I was about to visit Burgundy for the first time. That was in February. Many things have changed, most details of the project fully fleshed out now. This says nothing of the endless practicing of the French language that have already paid off.
This Saturday, August 22 I will be leaving to Beaune, flying in through Paris. My wife and daughter will be staying in the States while I prepare the facility and work the Harvest.
Now, more than ever, I am getting truly anxious to get to Burgundy. There is so much work to be done and I can’t do justice by my thoughts with a few ramblings on this blog. Put it this way, I have never been glad to lose this much sleep. All of the preparation has finally come down to this transition from being purely a mental exercise to now being just days away from having something tangible to work on. There are some very exciting items in development. More on that later. I have to get back to figuring out cleaning supplies, hoses, clamps, etc.
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