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... the most beautiful place on earth. Our driver went to get the limo van, and picked us up just outside baggage claim, on the curb. One back home, all of us were starving -- quick call to Daniels to reserve a table for 5 (and no table for 4), headed down the street for dinner. The food and service were good, as we all re-lived our trip over a bottle of Big Papa cab and steaks. David and his family leave tomorrow for New York.... as I go in high gear to get ready ...
... it. She decides to take off her trousers completely to avoid getting them wet, and cries out half way through "I've lost my thong!". Thong of course meaning flip-flop - she was another person wearing flip-flops for the river crossings and did not adopt the shoe-laces-sandal-conversion technique which I was using.
Another hour and we reach the campsite at Thorsmork. Thorsmork is a very pleasant spot and is a lot more verdant than the previous days of the trek. Unfortunately ...
... head and the lack of sleep the night before is making me imagine things.
Indeed I do have a headache and feel tired, and just want this section to end. The surface is now undulating slightly, and just as I get to the crest of one mound, certain that this is near the end, I see that there is at least another kilometre or so spreading out ahead of me. Eventually, however, I see the hut and campsite in a green gully with a stream down below.
... her family.
Once again, we are so very grateful for the opportunity we were given to attend this conference!! It was truly an inspiring event! We learned the best possible strategies for helping our students...especially those who struggle to learn in the traditional classroom environment. We can't wait to start implementing some of our new strategies in a few weeks!
Thank you again PEF!!
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