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Christmas Day. I have just come in from a walk with Bob, Shackleton and Steven (who has come East for the holidays.) The temperature is 53 degrees, unseasonably warm for this time of year. So far, it has been a mild winter-but it is even warmer in Miami (82 degrees) where we fly just two weeks from today. Three days later we fly to Barbados (82 degrees) where we ...
... 3rd. At some point over the weekend I will be meeting with my supervisor at the Jordan River Foundation who has kindly offered to help me get settled in and meet a few friends in the neighborhood (Jebel Al Webdeh).
Thank you to everyone for all of your good luck & safe travel wishes. I can't wait to start posting pictures of the city for everyone to see...so stay tuned! ...
... RV. As usual it was one of those HOT Maryland days - weren't we lucky - but we had a great day walking around seeing the different displays and listening to the music. I have attached a few photos of the day.
Dylan then returned back - minus luggage - waving another Visa Waiver so he is looking at returning back to "Aussie land" end of September now. The luggage was delivered the next day but that seems to be a common thing over here as you will ...
... br> So I tried to get in and past the thing to close it in the bathroom,
but it had a go at me and as it was at face height I gave in.
So I went on deck climbed into the tool shed from the hatch and shut the
door real fast. Then we went to see if it was poisonous, but no-one was
sure for a while. Then Dylan and I got ready to fight to the death.
He had been at the pool socializing with ...
... 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 ...