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Home. I travelled a total of 9285 miles.
This last bit just had to be told of the ending of a perfectly wonderful visit to Scotland.
After being on planes for 11 1/2 hours and the shuttle from SeaTac to Port Townsend, taking two and a half hours, I arrived at the destination where I had left my car and what did I find?
A FLAT TIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
While debating what to do and calling AAA, a very ...
... It is a good idea to buy a new toothbrush every couple of months because the bristles will get mashed down and be less effective as you use it. Choosing a toothbrush that you are comfortable with is good, but more critical is brushing at least twice daily. It isn't hard to keep your teeth clean but it is something that requires diligence and daily work. Not only do you need to visit your dentist regularly, you need to regularly practice those common ...
... not an easy task. As the first sign that our luck might be changing, the combination cafe/marine store with model trains hanging from a ceiling mounted track was expecting a shipment the very next day. The shipment actually came in and I bought a pump that I was able to install with only a small amount of modifications to the boat.
In the middle of the night, Patti discovered that our brand new custom foam mattress (once again read that ...
STAY LOOSE!! that's what trip leader Gail keeps reminding us by email. Italy is the 5th industrialized economy and not a developing country, where Global Volunteers mostly operates, but expectations can bring you down fast in any new culture.
So have no expectations if you can and the internet is soo slooow. I am supposed to be reading the manuals that they sent us, but frankly I am going have ...
... 64 day Cruise to the Asia Pacific in 2007. We have remained good friends and “shipmates” via email and phone calls. Nick is a retired navy “ship driver” and has had the sea in his blood since his youth. If he had the money I think he would live on cruise ships. He is one of my “encouragers”, and blog fans. No doubt you have read his comments at the end of some blog pages.
Connie Palmer; Barbara and ...