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The start of another journey! Of course the start is never very fun. Crowded airplane ("We have a full flight today so..."), lousy airline food from Atlanta to Buenos Aires. Can't sleep. 3 or 4 hours to Atlanta. 10 hours to Buenos Aires. Knowing the jet lag will be horrific!! But, we know that once that is done, we will have a beautiful, wonderful ...
... Calgary) and I did potatoes and an orange/walnut salad. Some red wine and cheladas were consumed and we had a great time catching up with Roy and Fran.
After they left, we sat down to watch some TV and found that the front TV in the motor home doesn't work anymore. YIKES!
First world problem - one of the TV's in our motor home doesn't work anymore!
... them. It's almost as if one won't survive without them. But once they are no longer available to you a magical thing happens...you start to rely on yourself more, you see and do more things, and you feel a sense of freedom by not being so available all the time. Does anyone remember when you had to leave a message for someone and you didn't get an instantaneous reply? Or how about actually having a face-to-face conversation when you wanted to talk ...
My first entry on my first blog ever. YIKES!
I hope I have enough interesting stories to tell on this trip! Right now I am doing some last minute work while continuing to fret about packing. I am a chronic overpacker. I have been planning out what to bring on this 26 day adventure for well over a year now. I have it all laid out ...
... wetter. The added benefit to the late start was that I had time to go to the beach after hanging clothes to dry. That was a nice effect of a very annoying circumstance.
When the clothes were dry-ish I headed to Panama City. That bus ride started off well. Even with my huge pack I was welcomed aboard. I even had a row to myself. Until we got to Coronado and a large guy, tall and wide, got on and sat next to me and I was considerably less ...