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I'm not entirely fond of people. To be clear, I love my friends - they don't count as people. I'm referring to those unnamed masses - ridiculous & obnoxious, especially unavoidable at our national parks and landmarks. Tourists. I'd like to share a few favorites from the first month of this trip. Please overlook flaws in the composition - ...
... Norweigan techniques while using local material when he built the place. Dinner at teh restaurant is faboulous - we have fresh salads, amazing pork and lamb, and finished with the best chocolate dessert ever - choclate and banana mousse with brownie and topped with Coconut icecream - yummy. Some people say that breakfast is a better bet here than dinner, so we're looking forward to tomorrow :-)
... refrigerator, so lucky Mel and Sayo get to help us eat the food in the freezer: one steak, chicken breast, ½ small pork tenderloin, and veggies in the refrigerator.
So, tomorrow we are taking a client plant tour. Just a few more days and then, head out. We’ll be packing Thursday and Friday. It's been a great three weeks!
So, will sign off now. Will see you all soon!
That night Lil treated us all for dinner at Max’s Grill in PG. You’ll see Russ’ pot roast, Gerry’s lamb shank, Dick’s butternut squash ravioli, Sayo’s ribeye steak, and Mel’s and my rack of lamb! Wonderful meal!
Well, only more day to tell you about! Saturday!
The day started with a walk from the end of Cannery Row to Wharf 2, about 2+ miles round ...
... There was one tank that was at least two stories high, with an enormous variety of marine life living together. Vast schools of sardines swirled around in tornado-formation, until a larger fish would swim through, causing their synchronous swim to alter dramatically. It was beautiful to watch – they appeared to be one organism. There were hammerhead sharks, nurse sharks, stingrays, tuna, and many others. Truly ...
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