BEST WESTERN PREMIER Waterfront Hotel & Convention Center
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... what happened as most of us but the story about the bad weather is believable to me. When we flew to Jakarta from Manado on December 27th, the weather was bad in Jakarta area. It was cloudy and raining heavily. There was so much turbulence that while the plane was descending, it had a sudden drop. Really, I saw some passengers, including myself, were in the mid air for a second. It almost seemed like we all just jumped inside the plane at the same time. It was ...
... and sat under the Christmas tree for our gift exchange with Jeremy's parents on New Year's Eve. The last thing to do on Friday before we leave is to drop Freya (our 11-month-old and 55-pound golden retriever) off at my in-laws' place. My mother in law has kindly offered to meet me half way and pick up Freya.
Jeremy: Paid all the ...
... my Mom every day. As I sit her chatting with her in the kitchen, I can’t believe how far apart we will be shortly and I have a huge lump in my throat.
We have spent a lot of time with our nieces and will miss having them so close, but we are really psyched to have Audrie come visit us in Oregon this summer. We are also really glad Erik’s parents are making the road trip out to see us in May. And ...
... next three photos - I tried, but from the car it's impossible. But this is the kind of countryside we have been driving through for a week.
Then back to Madison for dinner - a fish fry of course. You can't be in Wisconsin on a Friday night and not go to a fish fry. And a drive around the old neighborhood....this is where I lived during high school.
... in our backpack, which was great as he ended reading it on several occasions.
Mid-afternoon, we headed to a large covered area to listen to a panel discussion lead by Charlie Precourt, a veteran NASA astronaut, as they talked about the status of our efforts to get ready to explore Mars. The talk was both encouraging and enlightening. We really are building hardware, some of which will fly as soon as the end of this year. I had the chance to chat ...