It's funny, I was never much of a city person either until I moved to a place where I lived in the only major city within a 3 hour radius. My ideal living situation would be a small city or very large town, preferably a college town, especially in a location where you can get access to the outdoors within a short drive and the wilderness within a drive not that much longer than that. About fifteen years ago I got really into this idea and started researching different places like this with an eye towards trying to move there or retire there one day and the list has been narrowed down to about five places. But Seattle is now home and I don't have a desire to leave right away; maybe when retirement is close if we could find jobs elsewhere. I also learned that places like those I describe are often very expensive, for good reason. So, we visit. Another morning workout; I'm having this surreal experience where it's all I want to do right away in the morning now. I'm planning to get up early tomorrow to do core, probably at the gym, but I can pull that off at home without any trouble if I feel like it. Back/bi day today. Major highlight was pullups: +70x6; +70x4; +55x6; +55x4; +35x9 + 35x5; +25x8; +10x9; bw x10. Rest of the workout was seated machine rows, 3x10; standing high cable rows 3x10; rear delt flies 3x10; incl db curls 3x10; machine preacher curls 3x10; chin ups bw x 16, 11, 9. At work we are moving offices to another location in our building and had high drama trying to remove a flat screen TV from a wall because there was something stuck in the mounting bracket that prevented its easy removal. I ended up having to use a stubby Philips head screwdriver to take out the very long bolts that held the bracket to the wall and it was a grueling forearm workout. By the end of it my forearms looked so veiny and pumped, it was very funny. But we did finally manage to get that damn TV off the wall at least.