Hello Dear Readers! LobsterFest is over. It is once again "that time of year". The lobster are all dead and the Red Lobster Hostesses are limping back to their gynecological rejuvenation appointments. It is time for BeeeJay to THROW OFF THE CORPORATE SHACKLES and bust loose into another season of completely insane off-the-rails debauchery and shenanigans. Let us begin. Ok so I wasn't sure how to format these upcoming trips. Due to "international restrictions", which you can interpret to be a combination of covid and international arrest warrants, I have had to make some minor travel adjustments recently and am now slated for 5 trips totaling 88 nights away from home over the next 117 days. After noting all the "Killer Couples" and "Murder, Accident, or Suicide" shows my wife has piled up on the DVR, I realized my safest bet was to not spend over few days at home in a row to avoid the usual slow poisoning, ground glass, etc approached. Gotta make her at least work for it, Am I Right? So anywho, I'm gonna actually break this up into two reports. One now I'll do as a Vegas Trip Report, because it includes 3 Vegas stints totaling 11 nights: Part 1: 7 Days starting Wednesday, Flying to Phoenix, driving to Vegas for 4 nights at Venetian. Staying at buddies house in Phoenix, rented a Suburban to drive all the guys and golf clubs. Part 2: 21 Days, Driving west from Chicago Clark Griswald style, with 4 nights split between Wynn and Cosmo. I'm stopping at various golf courses in Nebraska and Colorado, Vegas and Phoenix. In addition to the Vegas hotels I'll report on the Westin Kierland Scottsdale and Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. Part 3: 14 Days, Flying to Vegas, 3 nights Wynn, 2 nights Cosmo, 1 night overlap. Then fly to Phoenix and 10 days there split between an AirBNB and Andaz Scottsdale Resort where I've reserved a sweet Bungalow that attaches directly to a private cabana on one of the pools. So over the next 56 days, I'm basically home just long enough to do laundry, refill ointment prescriptions, grab more golf balls and tees, repack and head back out. Thanks for reading and following along, I'll add more detail on the first leg next!