You may recall earlier this month when I decided to conquer Queen Anne Hill with nothing more impressive than my bicycle and my poor judgment. You may also recall that this wasn’t one of my more graceful tours and I may have been inclined to deploy some choice language on the subject of me and foolish ideas. I short, I was defeated, heartily, and though I persisted and completed tour, there was a reckoning left to be made.
This week, I decided to make that reckoning. Monday night I worked out the plan for where I wanted to go and it looked easy enough. Tuesday dawned, the weather was great, I didn’t have any appointments until the evening, and I had a hill to bike.
You can probably guess where this is going.
The morning went haywire and I didn’t leave until much later than I’d meant to. Then, after I made it to the first property I got a call form a client and suddenly I had an appointment to get to. Tour canceled. I did get to stop and pet a cat before abandoning my plans, at least.
But the spring market means more things on inventory and Capitol Hill’s broker tour today had more offerings than I’ve seen so far all year. I ducked out on my lunch break for a stroll to four different places and made it back before anybody missed me. It’s not the same as settling accounts with the hill that shamed me, but I’ll have other opportunities for that.
Location: Capitol Hill
Time: 45 min
Transit modes: Feet
Cats petted: 1 (I’m counting Tuesday’s cat)
Tea consumed: Assam milk tea
Properties Viewed: 4