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... smiled and just sent my piece on its way. Pierre of course was underweight by 1 kg.
Our flight was on time and we taxied out by 6:30 but the captain said we would have a long taxi to the other end of the airport before taking off. It is a very long flight, although very uneventful, but still way to long to be sitting in a seat. And it seemed to take forever to leave the northern hemisphere passing through the dateline twice. We both ...
... cardboard confinements. They did make for a wonderful after dinner snack but I do now feel a little ill after eating 22 mini pieces of chocolate in one sitting (3 of the pieces did not survive the journey).
I should probably to go and lie down however there is a small army of tiny koalas bear toys accumulating on my bed. This is what comes from living with Australians.
Anyway, cheers Al!
... followed by a cry of dismay. So close but yet so far... After a frustrating, but still enjoyable, experience we decided to call it a day and set off to play a final game of tennis and to see whether I could manage to win another game off Tim, or see whether yesterday was a fluke.
After quickly packing up our bags and getting changed we headed out onto court. The pressure was on as I stepped up for opening service ...
... first up and they represent the prog/metal spectrum of my musical preference and even though (as I said in my post about them earlier in my series) I didn’t know much of them they absolutely killed it and now am a fan for life. John Petrucci is now up there with one of the most technically gifted guitarists in the world, and is only rivalled by (of those I’ve seen live) Joe Satriani in that respect. ...
... a call to a high rise apartment complex, so off we went, it was an interesting call, but handled very similar to the way we would have handled it, this patient did not want to be transported despite our best efforts, there we some small differences like the lack of paperwork involved which I though left the crew open to some scrutiny should things go bad, but I was observing so that I did. Back on the road to find coffee we discussed skill levels and training, the ...
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