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... this week with great results, prayers worked again.
We decided to pass on the lighted boat parade tonight, can only take so much excitement.
Sunday School & Church tomorrow and the campground Christmas dinner on Thursday are the
only things on the calendar for next week, but Bernice will probably take care of that soon.
Thats all folks, TTYL
... Farris wheel in the southeast is also located here and we just happened to have two tickets for a free ride.
Tomorrow we head eastward to Pensacola Naval Air Station where we've made arrangements to keep the boat at the marina on the Base while we head back to the Midwest for Christmas. We'll spend this week enjoying Pensacola and getting ready for the trip home.
... a good teacher. He was always calm and composed in the presence of the chimps and that helps. The chimps are large, strong and can be very unpredictable. That unpredictability keeps your adrenalin pumping but is not helpful for memorizing names. To her credit, Beth remembered and was able to help me identify many of the M Group pictured in this blog. Still, the ...
... on several international flights is a good plan but our slection of the KIA Lodge in Arusha was a major mistake. We literally threw our money away. It would have been better to find a proper hotel and stay an extra day.
Finally, I will always give up the bells and whistles of luxury hotels if I can have the kind of game viewing we had on this trip. Having wild animals wander at will through camp adds a constant measure of excitement. The bandas at Mahale were over the ...
... as you may know, Gentleman is my middle name). The air show was amazing, we stood right beside the runway and they flew extremely low. I took a lot of pictures; a few excellent shots of the jets and even more excellent shots of blue skies. It was very interesting seeing the Base, and the National Naval Aviation Museum. Tomorrow I will be heading toward ...