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... and were still reading the papers after noon! We had planned to go to the Mesa Swap but it closes at 4 and is almost 3 now so I guess that is out for the day. We played pool and I won two tonight! Dinner at Yen Cheng and good a usual. Got home and had word that Maxie is being difficult and goes back for more brain surgery on Tuesday. Also East Coast is expecting a historic snowstorm with possible snow of up to 3 feet!
January 26, 2015 ...
... into projects here at the Wallingford Resort as we call it… home comforts are so welcomed! The cactus jelly was made without too many pricklies stuck to us. Elysa, my sister and I burned the stickers off over a flame and Dan cut them into quarters and tossed them into a large pot and cooked 'em til soft…then the usual jelly making process proceeded with output of over 30 half pints. That was fun… next on the agenda: applesauce …2 cases of Fiji ...
... a few minutes. We started out to the Bright Angel Point to experience thunder and lightning, so we headed to the lodge. Landry played Rain Dance on the piano in the lodge. We than headed to the campground to go to a Ranger program, which was very informative. We learned that 1 in 10 Douglas Firs on the North Rim had been hit by lightning. Among other ...
... just have to roll with it and get my shopping done this weekend. Now, I am not completely unprepared-I have gotten the correct immunizations, registered with the state Department, booked my flights, and gotten travel insurance, but that's about it. I just feel like there's a lot left to do and very little time. I think I'm mostly freaking out because I haven't travelled to Central or South America before, so I am a little unsure of what to expect. The doctor at the travel health ...
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Timothy Egan from Lasso the Wind
We admit it; we are meticulous planners. Well over six months ...