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Lying in bed back in Seattle thinking about what a great trip I had. I definitely wasn't ready for it to be over, but it's still nice to be home. The promised backlog of photos will definitely happen in the next couple days as I recover from jet lag. And to those of you who I haven't seen in a while and would like an in person account of my trip, let's get lunch/dinner/coffee ...
... and art. When I booked my trip to Italy I wanted to find them, but I didn't know their info. But the thought was enough because the next day I randomly saw them walking down the street. And it turned out they were going to be in Florence at the same time. So we met up there. A couple of months later during a chat I found out they were in need of a house sitter on the very day I needed a place to stay. Those 60 days ...
... stood it’s lonely vigil since 1941 amongst the trees. It’s a shame that it can’t remain. Once we found that they would not let the headstone stay at the cemetery, we asked if we could keep it or even buy it. The answer was no. But Elizabeth’s name and particulars have been inscribed on the back of Walter’s headstone.
One of the times I miss the Colonel ...
I spent three days in Seattle with Cath before meeting up with the rest of our team for our pre-tour. We stayed with awesome ultimate frisbee playing billets, courtesy of Greg and Eliot for organizing it. It was so nice staying in a huge apartment after spending 2 weeks in hostels. We were living with frisbee players who knew where we should go, what to avoid etc. We all bonded over a throw down at the park, home cooked dinner and one luxury ...
... to it as well and it looked like so much fun. I wanted Gary to go down so I could get a photo but he wouldn't! We then moved on to the Pike markets which is huge. One of the stands is a fish munger and as you purchase your fish one of the men throws it over to the counter to be wrapped. These are huge fish and they didn't drop any. They chant messages in code and it sounds really cool. They dress in ...
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