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... family photo, and off we drove. We stopped at the antique malls that beckoned along the way and arrived at the home of good friends Joel and Noreen Rosenblatt in the late afternoon. They moved from Londonderry to be nearer their daughter and son-in-law and seem well settled in their new community. Noreen made a delicious dinner, we took a tour of their community and just enjoyed being with these old friends.
22 May, ...
... Taj over the winter, this will be our first choice. When we arrived Rinaldo moved the Bus from deep inside the storage area to outside. Glad he did it and not me. Quite a challenge given the close quarters and the occasionally close standing support beam. Once it was outside we gave it a close inspection with Joelle. Nothing amiss. We then lowered the leveling jacks for the first time and put out the passenger ...
... of Art in Manchester, New
Hampshire, a very good indoor attraction to visit on a very cold day. By the
standards of large public collections in big cities the Currier is quite small
but was definitely worth a stop while in the area. The museum has a small
European gallery but is mostly works by American artists, especially those
active in New England with a large portion of the collection modern and
contemporary works. The museum has a few ...
... up there. The view must be absolutely amazing on a clear day. So this is where the hard part began, climbing up was tough but at least you always had a good grip on where you were going. It was a whole other story going down. A lot of the rocks are just slightly slanted flat surfaces so to try and walk down them when they are soaking wet was a big nono. We actually figured we were so wet already, we would just slide down on our asses! So that what we did for ...
... sunshine, but the rain is badly needed here. We did a few errands this morning including buying duct tape to get our damaged bag home. We have to file our claim with the Auckland airport Air New Zealand office. We had lunch with our dear friends Lanie and Jay Keystone at an Italian restaurant called Fuso in downtown Vacaville, and I did a load of laundry at their house. I was starting to fade by late afternoon; so we bought a ...