Hey Race Fans! Welcome back!
In our last post, we talked about a preferred change in direction; one of working towards more rental units -both commercial and SFR/multi-family. That doesn’t mean that we’ve stopped doing the other things that the old double-B does. We’re working on Main -when it isn’t snowing. And we’re still on the hunt. On the prowl. Looking and bidding and working the system we have developed. Sniffing out deals.
This week we found ourselves snowbound in NYC. Not that there was a lot of snow in the Big Apple. There was some snow in the Triangle area of North Carolina, though. And this equated into flight cancellations after flight cancellations. So, when in Rome or Babylon or New York...
We looked at some architecture in NYC —one of our original passions. We ate a good meal at Eataly -Flat Iron, and visited Eataly at the World Trade Center. One terrific steak also went down the hatch. We slept two nights in the fashion district, and one night at The Standard -High Line. And, oh yeah, our oldest son transferred to a university in “The City.” Which brings us back to the system and working it like a dog. A German Shepherd. Or maybe a St. Bernard. Or another breed. Not a Dachshund. Or a teacup poodle. None of that silliness. This is the dogged perseverance of a large breed. We need to continue to produce. The kid, and the rest of the fam, will continue to consume. Breaking it down further, it comes down to two things: Goals or a plan, and work. The goal or plan is the easy part. The work will produce the “food.” So we continue to chase leads -even from New York.
Work. Work you Husky. Keep chasing down those deals, or Frisbees, or soft-balls, or a large steak with plenty of meat on the bone. We’re chasing a porterhouse now -Lucky dogs that we are.
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