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... having to flee the country in the middle of the night. They boarded a boat that took them to a refugee camp in southern France, and from there were eventually able to get to Israel, penniless and exhausted.
Eventually, the Elkouby family found a home in Tel Aviv, and Chaim Laziz was able to re-start the family business - furniture making. One of my uncles, Yossi Elkouby, continues the family business. Meyer Elkouby also works in this field.
... I was gone and asked very few questions once I was back. He didn't ask to see my pictures but I showed them to him anyways because I thought it was important. I know that he missed me a lot more than I missed him and I feel guilty about that, but it doesn't mean that I love him any less or that he doesn't mean as much to me. I am still deeply in love with him and would be very happy spending the rest of our lives together. It has only been 15 months, but he is ...
... in warm conditions with lovely food and tasty Oregon wine.
After a slow morning on Tuesday we headed into the mountains and drove along the McKenzie River. This part of Oregon is stunning. Heavily wooded forests with sparkling clear water. Peter drove us off the main road into sheltered nooks where camping in summer is popular. Some very pretty places. We stopped for a sandwich at McKenzie Bridge at a cafe called Inn at ...
... we checked in to our first “Super 8”. It was clean with a large room and a chatty receptionist who wants to visit Australia one day.
Then it was off to Walmart to pick up some food and some long pants. Who would have thought this cold weather would still be here. Good cheap Wrangler jeans at $9.97 and tee shirts for $7.50 (for the flash ones). Nice.
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... seen in more than twenty five
years. I was very excited to see her and wished that we could stay
longer. She took us to a sumptuous Thai restaurant near her house.
We chatted till the wee hours and tried to catch up on everything.
Morning was a physical drag but we have to forced ourselves knowing that we
need to be in SFO and return the car and then board our ship. We sat
down for ...
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