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... them more. Next day they would put each 16 page section ( there were 37 - 16 page sections) together in order, cut 4 little notches in the folded spine side, sew them together by hand, glue the spine, cut the 3 loose sides to make them all straight, put the leather on with glue again and then label the spine with gold embossed lettering. It took 2 complete days to finish each one. The first edition had 5000 copies and each cost $2.50 each. A fortune back ...
... to take us to the airport. The girls have just dropped in for lunch. We will miss them and our boys, that is the downside to such a long trip. It is very warm today and according to the weather forecast, the same in England. So shorts at the ready, knobbly knees bared for action.
We have our boarding passes, good seats as befitting World Class travellers! I checked on the flight plan and unless the Russian rebels have taken over Iceland, we are good to go!
After a planned visit to Baltimore fell through, I found myself with a spare few days so I decided to follow up on a contact I had made at the IHI conference. I had met a physiotherapist from Toronto, Canada who was now working on lean management processes. She told me about how they had become a trauma centre which had massively increased the flow through their emergency department. She was now involved in streamlining processes to make ...
... So while this trip may be the last trip I ever take that lasts this long, it is certainly not the last of my travels. When you travel, you don't tick places off of the list, you only add to it. Everywhere I go, people have a story to tell, and I want to hear as many as I can.
Thank you so much to everyone who has read, commented and supported my story.
P.S- My next adventure continues in Australia in November 2013... I am only in Canada for a short ...
... and have to watch in grief how our nice space is absorbed and conquered within SECONDS. We make our way through the crowd, stumbling over little kids and bumping into chatting and screaming teenagers and finally arrive at the end of the line-up for food. Poutine is today by far the longest line as that thing is of course a national dish and considered to be really amazing and tasty. I still have to try it again but will obviously wait for that until I am in Montreal ...