Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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... must have changed the recipe for these as I remember liking them in previous years. . . .
After lunch my afternoon activity was a backcountry ski. Guide Isaac took myself and another guest to the South Fork area and we did the Figure 8 ski. There is a fair bit of gradual climbing and then we had some fun down hill sections. The snow that had started last night continued much of the day and some areas where we skied this afternoon had about ...
... It has been pretty amazing. Leonie and I work together at Deloitte which is how she got roped into this crew, and typically we drive the others crazy with how much we do not seem to be able to shut up about work....ever. Really, the rest of you are missing out on how exciting and riveting it is to be a CPA in public accounting.... Leonie has has an amazing sense of humor and wit that is sure to keep us laughing throughout our travels, ...
... have been given up on. I asked Patrick about his leadership and he said he's a born collaborator. He knows he's not the expert, that when he hits an issue, he looks around him..."I look to all these really smart people and I ask for their help." Isn't that a good leader? I always say I can never understand or trust leaders who feel that they have to be the most knowledgable person in every room they enter. It makes me think "you're either lying some of ...
... was another deaf blind student here called Laura Dewey Bridgman. She graduated and was the first deaf blind person to do so. She was bright and determined and thrived here. It was her who convinced Helen Keller's teacher Anne to take on the job. Before Braille was used, students here used raised English lettering and read that. In fact Howe was resistant to Braille for many years as he felt that using Braille would isolate young people, as with raised English letters they ...
... no nearby Starbucks and it's tea, tea, tea---yes, you remember, all the tea in China
9. Fodor's China in suitcase.
10. Too many clothes. My personal fortune cookie will say, "You will travel far and wide with way too much luggage."
11. Gifts for Chinese friends that I see once a year.
12. New camera. Instruction manual, thank you to Eric and Gabe, my cheering and loving amazing fan club!