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... saying goodbye to all my friends I'd made there, there were some seriously good people I met whilst studying. The international guys especially, at lunch we were all sitting together and I realised that this would most likely be the last time ever that we were all together and the last time I would see a lot of them.
I stayed in NYC for a couple of nights which was fun. On Friday did a classic night at a club then crashed in a hotel room with the guys from Yale. On ...
... and merci. Finally, having visited Paris ten years ago, I realized that I would have enjoyed the experience much more had I learned more about Paris (arrondissements, history of the country, buildings, churches and food) before arriving in the "City of Light."
It will be interesting to see if I have selected the best advice from all the blogs and websites I've read to pack for this one week. We are finally close ...
... br> I learned this from our trip to Italy last year.....use our State Employees' Visa Card for all purchases for the best foreign transaction fee. It's 1% of the purchase instead of the 3% charged by my regular bank cards.
The best news is....the trip is totally paid for! We determined how much we'd need, put money in a special savings account, and now, all we have to do is go enjoy what we've planned!
I'll talk about wardrobe and packing in my next entry.
... School girls.
Music and reading every night next to a woodstove and paper lanterns. Nothing but sillyness and playing around for cricket crowds.
4 tremendous gusts of wind blew through the forest this morning. Weeding near the road, transplanting Chinese asparagus and Solomon's Seal. I watched Joe rip a dead tree from the ground whilst chopping with a pick axe. Collected Sassafrass and Birch bark for some tea. Repairing wheelbarrows and railing ...
... her a while about life, medicine, how much fun understaffed nursing is and what I'm doing out here writing at a Sheetz.
To Marion for the evening in my hammock on the east ridge of Mt. Mitchell. I will be working at mountain gardens with Joe Hollis for the next few days (until Friday) and will scribble later.
I am on part 7 of Gray's Anatomy (Anatomy of the Human Body, Henry Gray, 1918). Knowledgificating myself while dodging the rumble-strips.