Thanks, Justin. As it turns out, the scheduled delivery is Friday, so I'll have to wait a day longer than I hoped. When I posted Monday morning that I was about to head out the door, it was to begin a 3-day RV camping trip. So I hadn't yet seen the tracking link from the notification Bob forwarded to me, which says it will be delivered Friday, at the end of the service day. When I was guessing Thursday, I was basing that on my recollection of past shipments from Bob, but I guess I was hurrying things up a mite. So, I've been out of town, and I haven't read TDPRI at all for the last several days. My wife and I bought a travel trailer a couple of weeks ago, and Monday we took our "escape pod" (R-pod is the brand) out on it's maiden voyage. We went to Lost Maples State Natural Area. Texas has a lot of state parks, but this one is designated a "natural area," not a "park." The difference being the natural areas are primarily focused on the the protection of the natural state of the area in question. It is located in the Texas Hill Country, and there is no cell service there. I'm not one to do TDPRI or Facebook from my phone anyway, but in this place, I couldn't have even if I had wanted to. We got home this evening, and even though I'm tired and aching, I wanted to check what's been going on. But I can already tell I'm not going to last long. We saw this sign on our hike yesterday and had to snap a pic. We took its warning to heart. There was another sign I didn't pose beside that said the trail we were on had bike access for 1.1 miles, or something like that. So we made it our goal to walk that far and the turn around and take a slightly different path back. All told we walked 2.7 miles yesterday. And still my back and legs are sore! Oh, and it may be hard to tell, but that's a Logan Custom ball cap I'm wearing. I've had several, not even counting my wife's pink one, but I've given them away, except for this one.