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... bags of Fancy Feast. Our kitty sitters will check in on them every day, plus we have our friend Richard who will come and sit with them once in a while, my friend Sue who will be in charge of paying bills, my friend Patty who will be stopping by once she has surgery on her broken shoulder, although she just may be stopping ...
... sunshine, but the rain is badly needed here. We did a few errands this morning including buying duct tape to get our damaged bag home. We have to file our claim with the Auckland airport Air New Zealand office. We had lunch with our dear friends Lanie and Jay Keystone at an Italian restaurant called Fuso in downtown Vacaville, and I did a load of laundry at their house. I was starting to fade by late afternoon; so we bought a ...
... favorite park: all the parks. Other factoids: Number of Junior Ranger Badges Mattias earned: 11 Number of movies Benji watched in the back of the car: 29 Days eating PB&J or ham & cheese sandwiches for lunch: 23 Only US license plates we did NOT see in Yellowstone: Rhode Island and Delaware Thank you everyone who virtually came along on our trip with us. We REALLY appreciate all of the support and encouragement. Gary, Dulcey, Zach, Ben and ...
... the half-way point, we looked out over Grassy Pond from the trail - oops, no photo of this one either - and noted that it is not only much smaller (7 acres) than Nagog Pond, but it is in a different stage of its development. Another naturally-occuring kettle hole, like so many around here, this one exhibits bog characteristics. No more than 15 feet deep, this pond evidences a gradual invasion of acid-loving plants like pitcher plants, ...
... Living by Arundhati Roy, which tells the similarly sad tale of how government corruption and incompetence have led to the building of many large dams that displace indigenous people, ruin their historic ways of living in harmony with nature, and boost the profits of sugarcane growers at the expense of the poor, the indigenous, and the environment. It's an informative book and bears reading - her style is exquisite as in The God of Small Things.