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After an emotional farewell, I left the atlanta runway, lovingly cradling a big black book I had been given as a going away gift. I had left America after living there for one year and the book was full of messages from friends (and adopted family) wishing me well. As expected I sniffled my way through each message (listening to Keane's somewhere only we know only worsened melancholy). I soon held back the sniffs and tears upon becoming acutely aware of my seat-mate's uncomfortable ...
... I received some puzzled looks about that, but it was tiring to keep explaining.
The first night we all gathered in Zev's room, maybe 12 of us to chat and get to know each other. It was a nice little get together to start up PSO. It didn't go too late because we all had an early start of training the next day.
In the morning we started our training. We broke up into groups by color. I was in the green group and my instructor was pretty ...
... a park with a section where people were playing chess and at the other end was a reading area that provided a trolley with books on that anyone could take and read. How novel I thought (boom tish)! There were some unformed guys patrolling the area, one on foot the other on a Segway (I'd be dangerous on one of these!). It turned out they were Atlanta Ambassadors and the one on foot gave us some very settling advice 'you better not stay ...
... and any / all stoppages. T-shirts were thrown - and some launched - into the crowd, there was a presentation honouring a military guy who had been awarded a medal [free pizzahut meal for his family] and a couple of audience sponsored competitions that took the 'show' to 2 hours 15 mins. Not bad for a sport with a 40 minute game but a good time was had by both. See below for pics.
Other tourist trips have been to A's largest ...
Because of our four-hour layover in Atlanta, my sister, her husband, and two of her sons (Kathy, Rolly, Jason, and Chris) came to the airport and we broke bread together. We were so dreading that layover, but it turned out to be a very good thing in more ways than one. Jason, who lives in Atlanta, was having a very bad day so having his parents there (from Greer, SC) was truly a blessing. Chris happened to be in Atlanta at a training session for his company.