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It only took a few minutes to walk from our airport hotel to our departure gate, for our 720 AM flight. It takes three flights to get from Stockholm to Austin, TX: Stockholm-Munich, Munich-Dulles, and Dulles-Austin. We were scheduled to arrive in Austin around 8 PM.
The first snafu occurred in Munich, when the immigration folks couldn't find a stamp for our entry into the ...
So here we are at Cedar Breaks. What originally was going to be about 20 coaches celebrating the new year turns out to be only about 5. Some people are just now into the cold and now "Cedar Fever".
Anyway, last evening we gathered at Bob & Marilyn's for "Happy Hour" and we sat around the campfire from 4:30 until about 6:30. You know you're getting old when once the sun goes down, you think it's late and time to go to bed. The fire was ...
I know everyone has been sitting on the edge of their chair waiting for this final blog post! Actually, most of you probably didn't even remember that there should have been one more. Anyway, it was very hard to get something written and posted in Slovenia as we were there for only 5 days and very busy! So after recuperating from major jet lag and procrastinating, I'm ready to share the "storm." ...
... to look too closely at it!
This time was stressful and bittersweet. Saying goodbye to friends, family and coworkers is extremely difficult. I am not very good at it, either. I get emotional and teary-eyed, and since I tend towards ugly-crying, I shy away from public goodbyes and crying in public places. Just know that there were many tears that were shed privately, with only the cat (or the husband) as witness.
We started the day with a late breakfast, then took a trip to Target, Walmart and then on to the movies. We went to see SAVING MR. BANKS. It was a good movie. When we went in, it was dark and we couldn't see all the other people. Once the movie was over and the lights came up, we noticed the audience was mostly over 60. I guess one reason was it was the matinee and another reason is our age group was the only one who really knew what the movie ...