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... is well documented and rigorous! Melanie has volleyball practice after school for two hours, four nights a week. She will have tournaments on weekends. She has a minimum of three hours of homework every night, which her parents sit down and help her with. It is a team effort and everyone takes accountability. There is no complaining, that's just the expectation. It is what has to be done. Everyone rises to the challenge. Putting two and two together, it is ...
... the amazing shrinking lanes) is still not my favourite pastime, and the traffic was unexpectedly heavy, but we made good progress and stopped a little before Temecula to get supplies from Target and then lunch at a sort of sports bar called BJ's. Alec managed to continue his corn dog-only diet. We arrived at Vail Lake in the ...
10:40pm - May 22 - Home
Including 587.8 miles from Truckee to Encinitas...(bleh!)
quail, zebra, deer, elk, elephant seals, otters (from a far), 2 whales, beavers, chipmunks, bald eagle, osprey
Countless really nice people, including Verna (of Roseburg, OR) and Dagmar (of Jacksonville) and the father and son skateboard makers from Talent, Oregon...
Good people...Strong fiber...Great ...
... pumpkin risotto... soooo unlike me but I have made a deal with my self to try new foods. I liked the ones that were made at Quay Restaurant and so thought id give these ago. They were ok, just. We ordered a wine which the others loved and I, as always, had a Moscato.
We did a tasting and being rebels took the glasses we used for Hien and Diana hehe. After the tasting we went home and because Layn ...
... and see the Dalai Lama and so I will :)
This journey will take me to India where I will relax on the beaches of Goa, get educated by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Mundgod and photograph the incredible changemaker Aarti Naik in the slums of Mumbai.
Get ready for a trip of a lifetime to the most colorful place on earth: Incredible India!
Peace, Love & Namaste
Yours truly~ TheSwedishVagabond