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... And then up stepped Lois. This was a remarkable change from confidence to utter disarray because of 10 steps. Protesting she wanted to go back I pushed her along, and forced her round the course! Although she did create quiet a large queue behind us, not that she had noticed. Previous plans to then go on to the big high wire course were promptly scrapped after this. For some reason, Lois did want to do the zip lining, although this ...
... So pretty.
N and I stopped at a very cute coffee place, got a coffee and played a game of checkers which he won. I should never play games with N. He always wins.
Our last evening was spent at the W's, CT and P's best friends. We had such a lovely wonderful meal, with lovely wonderful people.
All-in-all, Waxhaw has been a wonderful experience, and I am a little bit in love with CT's family.
GREAT SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
We arrived in the late afternoon in time for Friday's Erev Shabbat dinner and were graciously greeted at the door by the parents. We met Mary and Peter, 20 and 19 year old siblings respectively, last August at our congregation’s annual family camp north of Tacoma. They had come all the way from Charlotte NC. Knowing we would soon be coming through North Carolina enroute to Florida, we quickly bonded and ...
On April 11, Michael and I will fly to Los Angeles to meet for the first time our travel mates for the around the world (RTW) trip. During the kick off meetings we will learn where we will be going for the first leg...somewhere west, I think, but we know nothing else about the itinerary. We will update the adventure as soon as we know something.
By the way, we are new to the blog scene so you probably should not expect too much.
... spend time in a normal setting!! Their son Jon had been injured in Iraq during the war (in a car accident) and had lost his speech, use of his left arm and could not walk (he could ride a tricycle though). He spoke by one finger typing into a small pc which then spoke the sentences. Wayne spent some time chatting about cycling - he has a friend who has cycled across America a number of times....makes cycling to ...