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Today was spent with packing and repacking suitcases in order to accomadate our clothes and little souvenirs.
We had our farewell dinner in Cape Coral at Fords Garage. The service was great, the hamburgers were scrumptious and the choices of beer amazing.
We spent our last evening on the patio, observing another thunderstorm and wondering when we will be back.
... bank, but they were close runners-up and way better than what we have to put up with these days. It was great to be reminded of people and places (inside and outside NWHL) and happy days gone by. His broad Solihull accent (still very much in evidence even after 17 years in the US) helped to bring it all back to life. Thank you, Nick! Nick's neighbour Bill was at home when we returned, so he introduced me to him and I accepted the offer of a Corona on the basis of ...
... at which point we returned home to pick up Marci to go to a pub quiz at a nearby Irish pub. From the outside it didn't look anything like a pub, but once inside it looked and felt like a very spacious pub. It was packed for the quiz, which is run single handedly by the landlord every Wednesday evening. He knew every quiz member from at least ten teams of up to eight people. Nicole, the barmaid knew our table's order for drinks and called me by my name each time she ...
... still battling strong winds, it all became clear.
Day 2 was the day the fun and adventure really began. We started off negotiating the 16 hanging bridges across the jungle canopy. I'm sure they didn't conform to EU health and safety standards, but, hey, it's great to get back to a life unburdened by bureaucracy and unnecessary rules protecting ourselves from our own stupidity. If you fall off the unguarded platforms, try not standing so close to the ...
... Study Fellowship). This will be my 6th year at BSF. I miss my buddies, I usually sit with Pat, Kay, and Sally. Now that Pat and Sally have moved this past year, it will be hard to return in March and not see their beautiful smiling faces at BSF and at the gym. I miss you guys. Pat moved to Tennessee and Sally moved to North Carolina. Kay and I will have to carry on with the other 300 ladies ...