Days Inn San Bernardino/Redlands
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Not too much I can say... We made it out alive. Last night was rough. Matt spend all day loading up the truck with some hired teenage help. (Thanks Shane!) And of course, there was a whole lot more to do this morning. We ran on five hours of sleep and popped Red Bulls at 6 am to get us moving. We were out of the house by 10 but had ...
... if only the winning lottery ticket was in our pockets!!!
If we had imagined this trip was ever going to be totall without pressures then we were always going to be wrong, but the stresses are of a different nature. We are not struggling with the work home life balance but we are definitely battling to spend as much time with friends and family as we would like. Tuesday was a day of complete chaos on this perspective! Lunch with Aunt Krissy, a ...
... mood and him announcing ‘We have everything we need’. Yes we do indeed. He is clever.
A small toy based casualty today, Station Officer Steel fell into a hole in the door frame and could not be retrieved. We have spare Station Officer Steel, so luckily we were all able to move on from our grief quite quickly. And in other news, we found the hippo we had been looking for – so our Madagascar games will ...
... throw line before getting cocky and doing it backwards and throw it over my head. I couldn't believe it when I managed it first time, Jack missed it and didn't believe us so I somehow managed to do it again - if only I recorded the video, both times it didn't hit the rim or anything. Mike then took us to this diner where you ordered your meals outside and they brought it to you on rollerskates - I ended up having a caramel sundae. We then chilled out at ...
... over the years about international travel.
- When you disembark the plane and enter the airport there will be an unfamiliar voice going off in your head announcing that you have now left your comfort zone. Avoid this by consuming lots of alcohol while flying. Those voices will then be familiar.
- You will be lost, so follow the crowd; its highly unlikely 300 people are going to the ...