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So much has been going on since I got back from Europe! I guess one thing this trip has proven to me is that I truly am a busy person (I always thought I was lazy). The lofty goals I had of editing Dan and Ioana's reception photos as I've done with other installations have proven too high, as I've been way to busy to get myself situated to do so. I have edited a few, but have had to upload the rest as is, not even having been able to adjust ...
At last, the last installment of my Eurotrip! I'm not happy to be finished traveling to that beautiful and exotic land (hey, to someonw like me who is very familiar with Polynesia, Asia and Oceania, the western world can definitely be described as exotic, especially Romania!), but am very happy to be able to tell you guys all about what I experienced there, in retro-vision. A thousand pardons again for the delay, but were I stuck on the computer too much, I may as well have ...
I know you've all been waiting with eyes glued to your computers for this installation, which begins an exciting, though short, escapade in the most exotic of all the lands I have visited thus far on this continent: the eastern European country of Romania. Of course, the fact that Dan and Ioana, my dear brother and sister-in-law, announced that they were having a special reception in Ioana's native Transylvania was the main impetus for my trip out to Europe, and I am ...
There are several riders from the eastern part of the U.S. : Chet is from the western part of NJ near Pennsylvania but also spends about half his time in Crested Butte, CO. He's an intelligent and interesting man who seems to be able to converse well on any topic. A former Green Beret in Vietnam, he does alot of work with the Wounded Warrior Project. He and his wife have raised Arabian horses on their farm and have several business interests, including ...
... of the executioners, while another would hammer the stake deeper using a sledgehammer. The stake was then planted in the ground, and the impaled victim hoisted up to a vertical position, where the victim would be left to die.
Too much ?
Ok, so onto Sighisoara itself. Boy they weren't wrong. What a difference 128km down the road makes. A quiet little medieval town, hardly any people about and lots of little places ...