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Travel Blogs from Saint Michaels
... social with the others. Her response was magnificent - do what makes my heart feel good. I love that. With 2 months to go, one daily thought runs through my mind - I wish I made my flight reservation for a longer period of time. I feel confident this trip will be good for my heart & soul. Need to change that thought to a more grateful thought of having this opportunity. The other daily thought - lose weight by departure. Still excited for what is to ...
... call center can be used every hr of the day relying on your business requirements. You can now spend your time expanding your business as opposed to dealing with inquiries of alreadying existing client. You do not need to spend for infrastructural costs. The phone call centers are currently well outfitted with state of the art infrastructure to support your business demands. You do not need to spend your time managing additional employees. Not to forget, ...
Well this entry may be a bit boring no
pics OK. (might add some later.)
We are pretty busy finalising
every last job and detail to cast off from the security of the dock.
We sell Subie this week (if she sells) and head off within 10 days,
if all goes to plan.
We are the last of all of our new friends
here to leave of course. We are going to miss it here but not
for too long I suspect. The ...
Well we have been busy working on the Solar Panels & Arch to fit them, helping get the the new Bimini done (still in progress) and just surviving the heat wave and humidity. It is way hotter and more humid than we are accustomed too. This morning Lee-Anne and I started work installing the remaining 3 solar panels at about 7am. We finished about 9.30am, now they only need to wired up to the grid.
Sorry no real fun pics been too busy this ...
... designed to assist in the dredging of oyster beds. I read at one point that this area has the only commercial fishing fleet in the America that still uses boats under sail power. The next building housed a temporary exhibition of aerial photographs taken of the same areas of the Chesapeake Bay during drastically different time periods. They showed how buildings and nature have changed, and in some cases, been preserved and also how the rising ...