So, we've moved now as you probably know. We're scheduled to get our truck-load of things tomorrow, which we are ready for as we keep feeling about half-settled with so many things still in transit. We had a rather unorthodox moving experience, at least to my knowledge. We had a company drop off a big semi trailer, which we packed and squeezed (because we paid by the linear foot), we strapped everything down and they came to pick it up and add freight to the rest of the trailer for the ride across the country. It was cheaper than UHaul and we didn't have to drive it. However, it was a little stressful trying to squeeze everthing and make sure it wasn't going to shift too much during transit. I guess we get to see tomorrow whether any belongings are ruined. Thank you to everyone who helped. We had about 20 people who helped pack, load or entertain Bridger during the two days we had the truck.