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... to the beautiful lady Paris, to the charming Cotswolds with their golden brick buildings and narrow lanes to Wales, back to the ocean and a place we would all have liked to have spent more time. Across the sea to Ireland, the rock fences dividing up the pastures, the sheep dotting the hillsides, and a certain charm that stole a part of my heart. Next comes the Lakes District back in England, beautiful with water falls, hills and lakes, north ...
... we spent in Arizona. We gathered a cheering section of three young lads eager to give the game a try. Mom and Dad called them for dinner so thwarted their efforts after we finished.
Then Ron and Suzanne brought out some fresh Fanny Bay oysters and introduced us to the art of their preparation while camping. Not having spent much time on either coast, ...
... and went through the first china town in Canada. After photos .... No Harrison we didn't get you in honest! We enjoyed petting the horse Harrison loved it most and kept resting his head up against it, quiet unlike Harrison he really enjoyed the animals today it was lovely to see and was the perfect ending to another great day.... Even though by the time we made it back to the bob it was technically the next day! ...
... You do not just launch into business but first it is important to greet the person, to exchange some comments. The hugs and kisses can also be somewhat formal, ritualized and automatic, but what I witnessed was two teams who valued the contributions and talents of the others of the team.
I am concerned about Melo. He is exhausted and definitely carries too much responsibility. The Jesuits provide very little funding, so he must spend some of his time looking for financing. ...
... market excursions remain some of my most cherished travel experiences.
You know what I did envy though? Their appetites. Seriously those people could eat; had to eat. I thought I could keep up, I have a metabolism that I simply don't deserve and my ability to constantly eat more than necessary has long been a point of pride. But I wasn't burning through 8000 calories on a bike each day, and like a little dog trying to play with the big dogs, I simply ...