Katelin is in her new nest in Geneseo. She was a happy camper as we left, so that’s a good feeling. The move-in process was well-handled and efficient, so we were on and off campus in less than two hours. Nice cool weather made hauling things more pleasant than it might typically be at this time of year. As I stood outside of Katelin’s dorm, looking west over the valley, a C-47A Dakota rose into the sky from the grass airstrip at the 1941 Historical Air Group Museum. Thrills! Chills! Excitement! To me, anyway. Katelin and Marcia weren’t quite as excited about that as I was.