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... all wounds?
Tonks has no idea we're about to leave her in the capable hands of our dog sitter, N. She busy chasing balls and being terrified of puddles. Good luck, puppy!
Jordan and the girls get up at 430 for a 645 flight. I have two more works days before I meet them, but they should start posting tomorrow, barring jet lag.
Wish us well on our exciting, somewhat harebrained expedition. Why would we have it any other way?
... and served in World War II. She went on to serve as one of the primary recovery vessels for NASA, three tours of duty off Vietnam, and submarine surveillance in the North Atlantic during the Cold War.
I started my tour on the flight deck where a number of US fighter jets and helicopters are displayed. I got to check out the ships bridge, living quarters, galley, map rooms, command centre, etc. It is amazing how big these boats are.
The lower decks, where all ...
... who put on a good Spanishy show. Not too many shena****ns, the fat cat even turned up to say hello (and may have got a belly rub from me).
Friday was cocktail night (since it's meeting season, there's one every week). Once again, not too many shena****ns, although we did order some super-delicious Chinese food to the bar, making everyone else super-jelly.
The meetings are increasing in patronage and so they put ...
So this entry is a late entry for Saturday, March 9th because my bio clock hasn't adjusted to Eastern time yet. I didn't end up falling asleep until about 5am this morning (Saturday) and woke up at around 2:30pm. By the time I had washed up and walked out the door at 4pm, most of my day was gone. I headed downtown towards Greenwich Village to meet up with a friend from the Bay Area who is now out here ...
... occupied by a local. As we entered they told everyone “we’ve bought some Australians” and everyone at the bar turned around and said hello! Next we had to roll dice – miraculously I rolled consecutive numbers and got a free drink (I never win)!
After a quick stop we walked to “Too much light makes the baby go blind” to watch a presentation by “Neofuturists” (http://neofuturists.org/toomuchlight/) . It’s hard to ...