A good bit of what we've programmed in looks like what was nuked last year, with some tweaks here and there. In April I'm heading down to the old haunts and meeting two friends as we did last October, so we'll get in several days of golf, eat cow at Hitching Post and hit a few wineries. One of the guys is a some-time bicyclists like me and this time he's going to bring his bike so we can ride to the beach a few mornings. My wife and I will be back in Lompoc the next month for a long weekend so we can play in one of our favorite charitable events, the annual hospital fundraiser. (By May we might actually have been elevated to a high enough category to get the vaccine and hopefully enough others will have so the event doesn't have to be cancelled again.) Portland for the 4th of July weekend. I'm back doing the annual Bend trip with some of the guys. I'll do the first game at Autzen Stadium the Saturday before Labor Day then head over the Cascades for four or five nights of golf, great food, bueno brews and some bike rides. The original thought was to try to do this like my aborted (early) 60th celebration with everyone last year but it's now gonna be more "normal" because ... We're no longer campers and we don't venture out on trans-Sierra backpacking excursions but it hit us that if we're not heading to foreign shores we need to try to do a better job of maximizing our enjoyment of this nation's amazing natural places. My wife has never been to Grand Teton or Yellowstone NPs, so I'm going to drive over from Bend to Jackson -- with all our gear -- where she'll fly in. We're working on the itinerary now and it looks like three nights in Jackson or the ski resort, three or four nights at one of the GT park lodges and three nights in Yellowstone. The holidays look like a mirror of what we attempted last year. We'll do Thanksgiving with the family in Indian Wells. Christmas south of Tucson with my in-laws and up to GC and Zion for three nights at each. We were able to get the El Tovar Suite at El Tovar for two of our GC nights, so top floor suite with a massive balcony on the edge of the canyon. It ain't cheap but it's only money. We're moving the third night to one of the historic cabins at Bright Angel Lodge. Then Zion. If the ICSC conference happens to come together in '21 we'll do several days in Vegas.