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... display and sales pitch in Kusadasi, so a repeat was not necessary in Istanbul! They are such professionals, and most gracious, it is worth attending one. Two (nameless) in our group bought small carpets, and of course the quality and authenticity is undisputed when one goes to a dealer sanctioned by the cruise line. That night was spent on the ship with disembarkation early on Saturday morning. And here began one of the big disappointments of the ...
... Greek merges with Roman, etc. Perhaps I should have stayed in the sun and listened more carefully! Onward to Mycenae After a stop for lunch and a brief opportunity to chat with some other fellow passengers, we headed off to Mycenae which was the real highlight of the day. More sun and verbosiity, however, meant that my learning was less than complete. I was proud to climb up the not-too-difficult walk through the original Lion's Gate whose lion carvings are in ...
... to stop at Ross again for Kels, so a quick spot of shopping was done. Once home, I was so tired and had a headache I took a much needed nap! After dinner, A bunch of Kelsey's friends came over and we swam intone pool, chilled in the hot tub, and sat around a roaring fire. It was nice to meet so many young people! :) Now it's 12 already and I should have been sleeping long ago, but nevertheless, here I am still awake... But from Sumas, Washington... ...
Last Sunday, three of us paddled to Portland Island from Thieves Bay to camp overnight. We returned Monday via the route in one of the photos. It seemed to be Richard's idea but Jill and I were happy to join as Portland is an interesting place and Shell Beach is a very neat spot to camp.
We made good time over to Arbutus Point on Portland, and then paddled casually along the west ...
... who is rumoured to be able to spell his own name. Simple!
I start to think about the advantages of this system, and some of the things I might "trade" when we get home. There's that dinner set we never seem to use, some of Nanette's shoes .... Obviously the list doesn't include any of my man-stuff, because it's all essential to the effective running of our household, but I reckon this could just work. I'm just getting into the swing of it ...