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... br> As it was my turn to celebrate my 50th birthday this past
year, Tom selected for me a beautiful trek in the Andes which left
from Cusco and ended at Machu Picchu. While in Cusco, I met with my
foster child of eight years, Milagros, and spent time with her and
Denice at a rural school aided by World Vision. It was an
extraordinary experience I will not soon forget. The kindness and
gentleness of the people we met, the breathtaking beauty of ...
... to a 30 km ride.
Prince George was a solid, hard working sort of town populated by folk who wore sensible clothes and comfortable boots and who stopped us in the street to tell us how much trouble they were having getting the bears out of the apple tree in their yard. By this time we had concluded that the BC Canadians are the friendliest folk we have travelled among and that their connection to Australia at a personal level is far ...
... br> 1 cup coconut
Melt the first three ingredients in a double boiler. Add egg and stir to cook and thicken. Remove from heat and stir in the crumbs, coconut and nuts. Press firmly into an un-greased slice tray.
½ cup unsalted butter
2 tbsp and 2 tsp of cream
2 tbsp vanilla custard powder
2 cups icing sugar
Middle Layer Directions:
Cream the ...
... jobs to be done, the vehicles and equipment stored by others and the buildings from a film set that they bought for $1. Such a pleasure for us to pend some time with Holly; a beautiful person.
The drive down to Waterton didn't go exactly as planned direction wise; we ended up heading down Highway 2 but it was a good drive over the Alberta prairie country. We stopped to buy food to cook up in our accommodation. My bad; no cooking facilities. Yvonne was not ...
... a 12km hike, however at 6:30am I was woken to Mel complaining about a very stiff neck and in some agony – clearly she’d slept awkwardly on her neck but try telling her that. As such, the hike was ruled out and Mel spent the entire day relaxing in the Captain’s chair (passenger chair swivels 180 degrees) with an ice pack, painkillers, and regular neck rubs. I decided to slightly tease her by telling her to ...
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