Cathy, for equipment and the time to move without feeling rushed, and Scott for the use of his trailer which saved us many trips.
Kate, who loaned us her truck and trailer to move the dojo. We got it all in one trip!
Ken and Jay, for helping us move the last of the ‘big items’ and for always offering to help more. AND for seeing that we needed a break the night they helped, and cooking us an awesome meal, providing showers, rest, and company.
Bear, for his muscle, sweat, and blood taking down the yurt on a day when Wisconsin was hotter and more humid than the Amazon. You’re amazing!
Mom and Carl, for the awesome drill, for watching Mirabelle, and for a full day of erecting the yurt. We are so thankful for your help!
The Nagler family, for giving us a new place to call home, and Sara for a hard day’s work moving the dojo, as well as helping out in so many other ways.
Andy, who graciously let us ‘borrow’ Jen, who put in more days and more hours than we can count. What would we do without you, Jen?
Mirabelle Soleil, who was an angel through the whole thing, suffering heat, late nights, mosquito bites, and lots of driving with smiles, giggles, and reminders that this moment, right here, is the Very Best Place to Be.