Had dinner with Jim Paul, his wife, and kids last night as they headed towards their new home in Bozeman (finally). It was a blast. They specifically asked to see our kids the next time they were through. Those are the types of friends we miss in Moses Lake – ones that pursue not only us, but our whole family. The fact that Jim Paul is now in Montana, too, is a tremendous blessing. Yes, those long term, deep friendships are both rare and valuable, and well worth the cost of maintaining them. Glad to hear you had such a great time.