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... for me. I get so homesick even when I have not yet left home. The tears just roll down my face and ruin my makeup. How unpleasant is that! I will miss dearly my family, especially my grandson, granddog, and all my friends.
Our kitties should be well fed. There are 240 cans of cat food waiting for them, plus ...
... have to be 65 pounds or under. Guess who is over the limit on one, and on the money for one? Rich had this idea that we would put a medium case into a larger case just in case there were things that I just could not do without buying. That plan has now vanished. We will now take on the plane with us 3 checked bags, and 2 ...
... We had a pleasant drive to Melbourne with stops in Inglewood and Bendigo to do a bit of "antiquing". We found our hotel easily, walked to the local Chinese restaurant for dinner, and relaxed for the evening.
28 March: We have had two March 28ths. On the first one, we dropped our rental car off, and went to the Melbourne airport for our flight through Auckland to SanFrancisco. We had two uneventful flights. On arrival in San ...
... We may have to consider activating the "avoid toll roads" option on the GPS!
We went to a tourist information centre when we first hit Massachusetts and were told that there really aren't any campgrounds within about a 30 minute radius of Boston. We decided on a place called Littleton which is 45 minutes from Boston and about an hour from Salem. We have reliable wifi at this site ...
... 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, ...