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... van for the last time. It was hard to say goodbye our minivan after all the travel what we did. We had Chevy for almost 3 years , driving exactly 76,650 km , for whole 268 days it was our only roof above head and 267 nights we slept in it.
New Year continued in freezing cold. We got two new workers in our house, young guys both in Ukrainian origin. We do go alone very well right from the beginning. I went skiing two times with Igor the early days in Januaary. Once we went ...
... After all that, we went to White Spot for dinner then went home. I was exhausted from all the socializing and activity. I dont know how the Gerows can keep that level of activity up!
The pictures are of a friend of Rick's. He was exhausted after spending the night with AJ. I got him in trouble which made him cry which made him fall asleep. Poor bugger. I felt awful. But, we all survived. When I get home I'll post the videos of him singing. I hope theycturn out ...
... and the iPad mini on Wednesday. Cute little device. And no I'm not competitive. After that a quick cab ride to the airport from downtown (as in the taxi driver was doing 80/90 mph all the way from downtown - yikes) and a reasonably uneventful flight home. Completely exhausted, but my brain is so full of thoughts and ideas to make real back at work. Great conference once again. My wife says she gets to come next year, ...
... by the cascading mountains of Glacier National Park in the
background. This is the kind of viewthat people in the local hotels pay $400 a night for. We scored our site forthe grand total of $15 a nights with unlimited firewood included!
After the experience at Glacier, Waterton Lakes is a bit of a let down. The highlight of the park is
the world famous Prince ...
... the cruise lines take care of quite a bit of the visas except the ones where you start and finish. Because we are doing three different cruises, we needed to handle most of our own. India visa was fairly easy to get. Dubai took us a little longer because we went through a contact in order to get it at 75 dollars rather than 250 dollars. It is very expensive to get a visa for Dubai. Egypt and Jordan will be provided by the cruise line.
We will ...