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... and a great collection of barbies. A couple of years later there was a goodbye party
at the Cricket Club in Lima. They were moving to Aruba. We kept in contact through cards and letters. Moira never missed sending a birthday card. Many years later my family and I ended up living near her parents house in Florida which gave us the opportunity to see each other, and had many fun afternoons. Her parents, Pamela and Andre, even invited us to their house when Moira was ...
... how every night he used to tell his eldest son a story about a white rabbit that lived in the garden of the holiday home they were staying in at the time. The Miffy character appears quite simplistic, but when you look closer the lines have a frayed appearance. Dick Bruna says "a good line has a good shiver. But that good shiver I find the most difficult thing of all." Another interesting fact is that he made Miffy a girl because he hated drawing trousers! I ...
... driveway of the camper company for 2 nights to get organized, sleep off the jet lag, and get settled in the camper. (Dishes, sheets, unpack, groceries, etc.)
we will take our first baby steps out into the world by finding a place near Amsterdam to see the sights.
stand by for the European chapter of the adventures of Barbara and Harry.
The adventure continues.
... are definitely more cars. Cyclists are still out, many with umbrellas and some with no protection at all, hopefully their destination isn't far. Brunch is cooking and I can't wait to taste it, especially with the new ingredients (Dutch ham, double eggs, coffee, and spices). I cut up a sweet mango and it was so good, don't tell Kit but I ate 3 pieces already after he said not too. A lovely rainy day ahead, details to come!
... The adventure will begin with a short hike to a scenic overlook at the entrance to Hakipuu Valley. Here there is a chance to capture an aerial perspective of the breathtaking beauty and landscape, from its forested valleys to its inviting ocean reef waters.
The journey continues by kayak along Kualoa, listed on the National Register of Historical Places, past Mokoli`i (Chinaman's Hat) Island (just 500 feet offshore), and to the ...