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... Italians just refuse..they just want to help. Those 2 men who got me to the exit were so incredible to take time from their lunch. So I am home now..electricity, internet, hot water, all the luxuries I have missed. Got word from Chris after I left that even though ENEL said they would start the work today..and probably in 24 hrs power would be restored..NOT...she called them and they said 11 more days. I got out just in time. Can't wait to see all my buds ...
... to restart it..just got into my warm bed ( had had the elec blanket on before) I was warm enough, but didn't sleep very well. My LED flashlight lights the way and totally adequate. Friday March 20 Eclipse of the sun this morning but it only was covered by 1/3 of the moon . Gary and Donna came up with a cardboard viewing with a hole in it..was able to see the part covered but the light didn't change much. After working on the 'danger zone' I took off to the ...
... ending in 'o' end in 'u' as in 'vero' becomes 'veru'..What I don' t need to do is to learn yet another language!!! Thursday 5th Joe, the owners' son , arrived last night. He will be helping to do lots of things over the next few days, including assembling the elliptical treadmill and stationary bike for my home gym that the owners brought over. I have all my wts and therabands..ready to create my own gym. A generator is being delivered to the house as I ...
Sicily was absolutely beautiful! Words cannot describe it and the pictures do it no justice. The first day we saw Monreale just outside of Palermo. It is a beautiful church with gold mosaics. Then we went to Selinunte which has a bunch of Greek temple ruins. Sicily is central in the Mediterranean and was taken over by everyone at some point. ...
... along with a complete explanation. Gianvicenzo has 7000 trees and the whole family is in the business. They pick the olives the old fashioned way..no nets, and the workers surround the trees with the baskets hanging from their necks while picking the olives with their hands...no rakes are used, no machines,,just hands. See the photos and explanations of the grove and surroundings. What a delightful day we had and tomorrow Chris and I are off to visit ...