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Leaving San Diego was a bit of a challenge for me, so far I had been on a very familiar trail. This is where I started branching out and being in new places with new people, as well as long time friends who I have not seen in a long time. Really stepping into the mystery. Following my intuition as much as my original plan. Being open to the twists and turns that will come up.
June 22, 2013 Jim's birthday, and we are leaving Bergen to the music of Roy Orbison, in a cab driven by a wild haired, cab driver who said he could get us to the airport faster than anyone. I was made a believer, he was all over the road. We arrived at the airport safely and found a very crowded, small airport and little help. We had to redo our boarding passes and wait in a single long line to go through security. Finally we made it to our gate ...
... in England, and my cousin is traveling around Egypt with us. All worth the effort.
Fur kids: Johnny and Roxy are still with my mom in Japan. Rusty is staying in California with his other set of grandparents. We met a few puppy sitters for times they are away on vacation. We avoided the really expensive places and settings with either too many dogs or large breeds. Rusty's new sitter has dogs of her own, three small breeds and only watches ...
... Potluck. We’re enjoying it and will be for the next several days. Tonight it’s potato salad with smoked turkey from Joe’s smoker in Helena. Nice life we have and we are most grateful for it.
More later. The photos, when we get a good connection, will continue to be at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
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... say, one of the coolest things that I've ever experienced was seeing the sun rise twice on the same day. I woke up at 7am, Jan. 15th in Busan--watched the sunrise to my last minute preparations before leaving for the airport. Traveled for 17 hours, and arrived in Los Angeles just in time to watch the sunrise on Jan. 15th on the West Coast of the U.S. I know I'm not the first person to experience this. It happens hundreds of times a day ...