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... her, so I was happy to see that she could write. We showed her some pictures and Heidi's book,which she was happy to learn of and see. I left a copy with her, and she said she would like to read it, so if she is able to, despite some vision still lacking on the right side of one eye, that would be encouraging for both her and us. It's a balance between her pushing herself too little or too much, but she is a determined person, and when she wants ...
... what was in the boxes. But that's fine with me.
2. The highway code is not a
Traffic is crazy in SE Asia. I
would know, considering I got hit by a motorcycle while crossing at a
pedestrian crossing in the relative sanity of Penang, Malaysia. In Vietnam, the
key is to simply walk in front of traffic, maintain a steady pace and ideally
don't look to see what traffic is coming. The bikes will swerve around you. But
on the sleepier roads ...
... shelf in the living room. Looking at the old video tapes, we felt like we had been placed back in our teen years, reading through the old titles, which were popular, when we were young. We felt like kids going through our parents video collection in 1985, while they where out and we were free to watch all the good ol movies. We watched Jumanji, had some ginger beer, lit a nice fire in the fire place stove and had quite a comfy evening. Soon it was midnight and Richy ran off ...
... from my trip up I have to try and find some soft snow for my decent. What I don't want is to get caught up in my old track or the tractors tracks as they are now solid ice and extremely slippery.
As I get lower down the pass the road becomes easier by the mile and soon I'm on a wonderful dry road and heading for the small town of Kenmore at the Eastern end of Loch Tay.
Here, rather than take the normal A road home via Aberfeldy I head on up the road up ...
... been shining for large parts of the day and we had seen no rain despite the wet weather forecast. Roy had walked out to meet us and Brodie was extremely excited to see Helen as we finished the days walk. We met up with the Roadie who had found a cup of coffee and had a look around the shopping complex that is the House of Bruar, a very upmarket establishment selling fine tweeds, cashmere and luxury foods. I found a wonderful knitted Pachamama zipped jacket which I see as an ...