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... list that haven't even THOUGHT about packing yet!!!. In as little as twelve hours I will be departing for Antarctica. Yes, that Bright the bottom the frozen Continent! The trip promises to be along and arduous one:
DFW to DTW Today
DTW to MIA Tomorrow
DTW to EZE (points if you Know that) Tomorrow / Friday
EZE to USH (more points) Friday
Ushiaui, Tierra del Fuego board ship on Saturday
As things sit night now ...
... wanted to be in Canada. With a bit of research and a leap of faith, they packed up their possessions and relocated this fall. We think they made a wonderful choice, they are close to; beaches, lakes, parks, markets, shopping, restaurants, and big city stuff not far away if necessary. They can walk or ride their bikes downtown and the average temperature here is 1 degree! Their new home is already all ...
... that to say, I've been to Detroit, but not really.
It was in Detroit, however, that I have begun to realize how much more fun it is to do things with my wife and kids instead of by myself. Sure, going to the grocery store is easier without my wife (she can effortlessly spend 90 minutes in the Wal-Mart getting 45 minutes worth of groceries) and getting an ill-advised but sweet, sweet soda from the gas station is faster ...
... their backs made me as uncomfortable as I had been 45 years ago. It was pretty distracting to follow along as the Latin of this priest looked like nothing that was on our handouts. Communion was a trip down memory lane too. We knelt and got the host on the tongue. There was even a communion rail cloth. Remember that? Thank God for the ushers to help some of us get up from kneeling. We were so exhausted after that that we took very few ...
... It's a destination he always wanted to go to, but he figured there was no way I would want to given the primitive circumstances. He's right. But lucky for him I am obsessed with snorkeling! I told him NEXT year we will go to Acadia. Besides, that's primitive camping too (thanks Mike McCarthy for that heads up) and this will break me in.
I figure I have my blow up mattress how horrible can this be? I think the worst part will be not being able to wash ...