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Travel Blogs from Ferndale
... the left side of the glider that controls the spoilers, flaps on the top of the
wings that help you lose altitude faster
when landing. The hardest thing for me at first was to retrain my mind to think
that the rudder pedals, moved with your feet controlled a turn, or yaw and were
not the brakes, in fact there are no brakes on a glider! I despaired of ever
being able to learn this completely foreign form of transportation after I
wasn’t able to understand what to ...
... have wanted of me
was spare change. Yet, because we were similarly dressed and hungry, a
connection happened between us. Em & Kevin told us they had a list from
social services with all the places you could get food and shelter. “Our
trailer is parked at Coop, would you like to walk with us and we can copy it
out for you.” We said sure and off we went talking about how unfriendly the
people were in Edmonton,
but how friendly they ...
... in all different difficulties. Allana and I hired bikes ($14) for an hour and went out with Lisa who is a great technical rider and can ride double blacks. We cruised around on the green and then decided to try a blue. I fell off over the handle bars and had a good stack! I can't imagine how hard the double blacks are!! Headed home to stay at Janette and Hoppo's tonight, they have been so wonderful to ...
I have just been confirmed to take a week-long contract aboard the Golden Princess, the ship I was just on in July. After that last contract, I haven't had any luck finding jobs or gigs to earn money, so this contract has come at THE most perfect time. Well...almost perfect. My mom is visiting me from New York from Sept 18-23 and I have to join the ship on the 22nd, so she will be in Seattle for almost two days on her own. BUT! At least I get to see her and visit with her, and ...
I always have trouble with tipping. Not trouble with the concept - I understand that people in many service industries aren't very highly paid, and tips are an important part of their income. I also like the way tipping gives the customer some control over the final price they pay depending on how well they have been served. No, my trouble is knowing when to tip and how much.
For example, you tip the pretty girl who brings a hamburger and drink ...