I didn't plan it this way, but I seem to be criss-crossing the United States. I spent last weekend in Ohio. I then spent a few days in Massachusetts, followed by a weekend trip to Denver, Colorado. Tonight I am in the suburbs of Orlando, Florida. Unfortunately, this latest stop is not genealogy-related. I am here for a dentist appointment.
I spent much of this past winter in Florida. While here, I broke a tooth but found a local dentist to repair the damage. He is giving me a new implanted tooth. I have had a temporary implant for a while and am now in Florida for what I hope will be my final visit when I get the real implant installed permanently.
Making a 1,200 mile detour to see a dentist seems a bit extreme but I think it is easier and probably cheaper than finding a new dentist back home to pick up the task in mid-procedure. Unfortunately, I also broke a filling in a different tooth last Friday night while in Denver so this may turn out to be a longer visit than I had anticipated.
In any case, I'm going to be busy and possibly out of action for a bit. Please don't be surprised if you see fewer articles than normal in this newsletter in the next few days. I may be distracted!