Le 9 Et Demi
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... direct quotations of workers and their families. There was also some fair and balanced commentary on the various protests and strikes in the fabric industry which was the hard struggle of the foundation of the American labour movement.
The afternoon today was spent mostly driving north westward, but we deliberately chose secondary roads through some beautiful old colonial countryside. The only small stop was at the Enfield Shaker Museum. Unfortunately ...
... a late night walk have pizza and wine to try and bring on some sleep. Next day we met our Canadian friends. Teresa and Glen had prepared a wonderful schedule of things to do over the next six days in and around Montreal. We had a good look around the old town and dined at a quality restaurant taking advantage of a three course fixed price menu.Bison steak for Graham was something different but very tender and tasty. Next day we checked ...
I spoke Spanish to a huge bunch of people. there were Mexicans, Peruvians, Colombians, Spanish and a bunch of other people who spoke Spanish for whatever reason. I met the one only Aussie guy there, Scott, who was from Perth and we hung out with after. We went back to his place and hung out for a bit, and went and got a poutine, then went for a skate which was fun, before I walked myself home.
The trip home was long but uneventful. We are on an older Air Canada Boeing 767 which has not been reconfigured to squeeze out the last remaining inches of leg room which made the trip considerably more comfortable.
We are sitting near a window on the North side of the plane. Our route takes us ...
But like in any relationship based on love, we duke it out. We let that love fuel our commitment to soldiering through the muck. We take our lumps and carry on, in sickness and in health. We (usually) admit when we’re wrong. And in the end, we always find our way back to each other.
Since Mr. Rub-My-Feet continues to elude me and I don’t/won’t have kids of my own, I’ve made my life about racking up as many ...