We're back at the house, parked on the new part of the driveway. It's tough out here, poaching our own wi-fi, plugging into our own AC, but we're up to the job.
Maria pointed us toward an interesting possibility in Arizona - a ranch/farm in Arizona that caters to women can use a caretaker (two caretakers?). Exciting! You can never know how something will work in real-life, but on paper, this sounds great. Annie has initiated contact with one of the women, whom she describes as "New Age-y." Maybe I'd describe the mindset as Zen. Either way, it's something I can work with. I guess what I want to say about this is that the prospect is appealing and thrilling, which may mean I'm easy.
I considered linking to their website, but I'm hesitating. Naturally, if it's on the 'Net it's public, so I don't know why I'm being so cautious on their behalf. I just don't know how safe they feel in Arizona (not a trivial concern, by the way). Let's not over-analyze. If you're curious about the place, let me know and I'll send you the website privately. If you scoop our gig, I'll hunt you down and read you Vogon poetry.