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... Around seven we headed out to dinner. My uncle wanted to take us to Moscow on the Hill. Since it was such a beautiful day we sat out on the patio. I ordered vegetarian dumplings which were filled with potato, onion and Asiago. They were to die for! Just the perfect texture, not too dry. The fresh dill on top really made the dish. David had a spicy lamb sausage and my uncle had fried pork lion topped with ...
I slept great...always a concern when traveling....my room backs onto the elevator, and no question, I was worried about that noise all night, but no problem. I headed down to the restaurant for some coffee and had a smoked salmon/egg/toast combo that I hope is going to stick with me!
Fred and Jeremy were at church, and I debated (briefly!) about getting myself ready for when they were through, but the sun was shining and I really wanted ...
... the corn through the silks, which are hollow to send the pollen down into the corn to create the kernels. Farmer like it to rain around the time this is happening, to keep the silks sticky so that the pollen will be attracted and do its job. Ears of corn with perfect rows, all the kernels pollinated and full seem to be the winners.
He smiled when he heard we come from Fairfax, Va., because his brother lives there. He ...
... assume since we were about at the head of one of their runways) with Delta Maintenance to resolve the issue (whatever it was; we never found out.) After that 45-ish minute period ended, we got in line for take-off and left. I had assumed that Rox, Joe, and Linda had already arrived in Portland before the flight I was on left the ground. That was apparently true. During the rather long trip (over 5 hours), the 757 that I was on was packed to the gills and I had ...
... colonies and roads segregated to lead into a huge parking lot.
As I got out, sight of many Indians in sarees, salwars, southern traditional dresses! Wow, after quite a few days in US, it was really a treat to the eyes to see these.
Entered in, they had a place to hang coats(Minnesota is a cold place with winter for 6 months) and remove our shoes.
Back up could already hear Aartis ...
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