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"In a sense, each of us is an island. In another sense, however, we are all one. For though islands appear separate, and may even be situated at great distances from one another, they are only extrusions of same planet, Earth."
-J. Donald Walters
Breakfast at Tony Roma's again and then we had to get an early start due to facing a no-telling-how-long ...
... cold front passing through tonight and the temperatures will drop. Last night we enjoyed sitting outside by the fire roasting marshmallows and saving the world (our almost intelligent conversation). It was really interesting visiting the boat museum as one of the boats resembled the old Panderel. Dad you can see more about the boat museum that we visited in Clayton, NY at ...
Today Perce and I had our hair cut and I had my nails done as well. We then met Cathy, Bill, Mike and Ruth-Anne for lunch then Mike and I went and played 9 holes of golf. It is a beautiful, sunny day, no breeze and unusual weather for this time of ...
... for miles as we cruised farther west until making port at our next major destination, Alexander Bay. Captain Steve and I were graced with a day off to enjoy this quaint coastal town and time away from our live-in work life. We sat at the harbor for hours sipping bloody marys filled to the rim with pickled vegetables and local brews. A pub lunch was complete with dockside ring toss and hours of nothing but relaxation and enjoyment. When you live at ...
... was tempted to think that, perhaps, the beauty is wasted on them.
And maybe this one indicates a sense of humour?
Once I got over the line I phoned the man who was waiting for me to get there to check out his car. No phone in Canada either... I'd had no phone, no GPS and very little internet for three days, to be back in touch with the world (let's also include with English-speaking people in that) ...