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We were prepared, we had 40 weeks to prepare or so we thought but when the moment arrived it seemed so unreal (Kate still couldn't be convinced she was in labour whilst leaving the house at 4am after 7 hours of contractions!)- and then she was here and "she was ours, forever!"
Taking after her mum who not only can't be late but has to be early, she arrived in her own time on the 25th Feb & she was easily named Josephine Jean Kloeden weighing 3.1kg ...
... was there at the airport to meet us and we had no problems. Karen was still feeling a bit under the weather from the altitude and rested all afternoon on the ship.
November 20th, Thursday
Karen was sick overnight so she is now isolated in the room for 24hrs. the ship is very serious about people being unwell. We made the most of the isolation by watching movies.
November 21st, Friday
The morning started off at 8am with a call from the medical ...
... seeing lots of old people. Or maybe all this sun shine makes them look old?
We hit hit the ocean at Newport Beach. The beach is wide and flat and gorgeous. We head south toward San Diego. We are in and out of beach towns and ocean views. Lots of traffic lights. Some of these areas are amazingly prosperous. Other towns do not seem that upscale. I am guessing from the nearness to the ocean even those towns are quite ...
... across from Hannah and next to PJ, and thought the breakfast, everyone went around the room saying what they're most thankful or their strongest, best memory from the summer. I said the idea of casual crew. Not only do I love the people I got to ride bikes with, but I loved the mentality of this summer. Where, you know, I wake up and the only thing I have to do that day is ride my bike. All I have to do is get from A to B, and the best part about that is I can do it as slowly or ...
... we walked to the Vons grocery store in town, re-usable grocery bags in tow.
Coronado is a lovely little town, a bit like stepping back in time, with their well-maintained older buildings housing upscale shops and eateries. We wonder, “why can’t Clayton and other small towns be more like this?” There were many people on the street, dining in outdoor cafes, walking their dog, driving peculiar little cars that looked like a ...
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