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... 2.5 million. The exterior is faced in Danby Vermont marble.
As luck would have it we are parked a short 1.5 blocks from the Farmer's Market. We put the furry ones back into the cool cab of the truck and walk over to see what the market has to offer.
One expects to find fresh produce. We did not expect to find fresh produce at prices significantly higher than that sold in the local Safeway. Lots of produce and fruit vendors and flower vendors. A ...
... I 5 where we fund the rally site and were soon set, but not without the obligatory search for a better place, which resulted in winding up within 50 feet of where we started. Once we were set up, we had dinner at the rally and settled in for the duration. I have posted some pictures from both Tuesday and Wednesday as we were in a Seminar all day on Wednesday and did not get much in the way of ...
... and friends.
On Monday, June 17th, I'll head to the Portland airport to start my journey. Some people have called what I'm doing a 'mid-life crisis'. I have a few things to say about that. First, I'm not in crisis. I would rather call it a 'mid-life rebirth', or a 'mid-life renovation', or an 'Upcycle'. Second, if I am at mid-life, that means I'll live well beyond ...
Day three of my 10 mile a day training went very well. I think I have found a way to manage my aching feet - arthritis or not. Before I go I drink a cup of ginger tea (purported to ease the pain of arthritis and reduce inflammation), down a couple of ibuprofen and slather me feet with Icy Hot or Capsaicin. I didn't feel a bit of discomfort for the first 2.5 miles, then just a glimmer of it. On the way home, I did the same thing and was able to finish ...
... Water is scarce. Very little technology or mechanization is available, only automobiles and a handful of small tractors. Most people walk. Hundreds of people were walking on the roadside. Many of these were women, dressed in colorful traditional clothing with large packages or baskets on their heads. Men and women were using hand hoes to till the ground of small fields and millet was spread by hand on canvas to dry. The people were friendly, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking