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... Stars and Stripes being played!!
After the competition we met Lawrie, Gwen and Julie at Beppe's and Gianni's for dinner. Peter and Peanut also joined us. Fantastic company but my halibut was rather dry and had grill marks on it with a rather burnt taste. After dinner we walked back to the Matthew Knight Arena for the VIP Reception and after party. We were in a side room while the main action for the youngsters was in the main arena with a DJ and very loud music. We ended up ...
... switching them off when he winterized the trailer. This memory thing happens more as we get older! Only charged us $25 for ten minutes since we paid cash. Otherwise he would have go bill us for 1/2 hour of work which would've been $50. Guess we got a deal.
Today we head to Redding. The pass is clear. No snow or rain so should be an easy trip.
More later....stay tuned
... as Diamond until a thoroughbred horse imported from Coburg, Germany arrived in town. The horse apparently was more popular than John Diamond, hence the name change.
More recently the town was known for being "speed trap city" for unsuspecting out of town motorists. By the middle of the last decade the town was raising half of its annual budget of $1.7 million with funds raised from speeding tickets on Interstate 5. Unfortunately for Coburg ...
... seats. Apparently she is on some medication for water retention and needs to keep her feet elevated. The funny thing is, the reclining leg rest works just fine and for the past 26 hours since we left LA, she has hardly raised her feet to elevate them. To top it all off, her daughter apparently dropped her suitcase on her foot yesterday morning as they were checking out of their hotel room to make their way to the train station in LA. She ...
... company I can tell you!
The summit is starting and Jan Tritten and Hermine welcome us. Hermine opens the day with a presentation about the witch-hunt and takes us back to our European history, where midwives were hunted for their knowledge of contraceptives and abortion. Together with that the knowledge of normal, physiological childbirth disappeared. Jan starts the day with "Normal birth is on trial" and I’m afraid it’s true. The rest of the day is separated in ...
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