Surviving the Crazy Times — The New Home

2008 November 21
by Stupid Ranger

Dante & I successfully completed our cross country trek and are settling nicely into our new home in Colorado.  Life here is pretty much the same with some very notable exceptions.  One exception, a very happy one, is the fact that we can see the mountains anytime we leave the house.  Another exception, not so happy, is that we haven’t played D&D in a Very Long Time.

Around all the unpacking and trips to various stores to buy those things that a) didn’t make the trip or b) we didn’t need before and now we have to have, we have been trying to keep up with the gaming culture via World of Warcraft.  It’s something, but it just doesn’t have the same level of interaction and spontaneity that I truly enjoy in a good RPG.
A couple of our readers have mentioned that they live in the area, and I’m hoping after the first of the year, when things should (hopefully) be more settled, we’ll be able to get together to meet the local gamers.
In the meantime, with little happening in the way of RPG in our household, Dante & I are a little stretched for RPG-related content.  You may see fewer posts on, but you can still expect to see some random posts, as well as WOW-related content showing up on our site.
So far, we are surviving the crazy times.  I’ll keep you posted if that changes. 🙂
2 Responses leave one →
  1. Jack permalink
    November 22, 2008

    I know how you feel. Withdraw is the worst. Tomorrow, I get to run the first game I’ve DMed in… oh about 2 months probably. What a breath of fresh air.

  2. Samuel Van Der Wall permalink
    November 24, 2008

    I moved out of state and was unable to game for about two years, due to where I was living. It sucked. But I probably got more reading done during that time than any other part of my life. It actually really helped me catch up on some of the game settings that I had previously been game mastering.

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