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... that I'm thinking. Way to go Mike !
Today's task was to complete excavating and placing dirt around sidewalks in the morning while another group finished what paint was left on roof beams that would be constructed at another date. Later in the morning we were treated to an English Music Festival put on by David's 7th~11th grade students. had me humming and singing in the shower before dinner tonight.
Did I say I nailed my greeting with someone who lives at the project ...
Today was a totally different weather game than yesterday! It was over cast in the morning, but we slept in which was good. By 11 o clock the sun was out and beautiful!!! Anthony and I quickly got on our bathing suits and jumped in the lake! We literally spent 2 hours in there, sitting in our tubes talking and playing. We mostly talked about the wedding! ;) it was great! We also swam to the dock and jumped of that a couple of times! ...
... said it to us) then jump on another to Granada. I'm thinking, you are kidding. Chicken buses are the local buses. They are always packed full of locals with all their junk too so for us three and our backpacks etc, it was a tight squeeze enough getting on the bus, let alone finding a seat or somewhere to rest our bags. The further the trip went, the worse the area became. Leesh is feeling a bit unsteady about where we are and the situation we were in and is thinking we ...
... this December. We moved to Granada for a next chapter. Granada is the oldest colonial city in Central / South America. It is indeed a beautiful City. Like Trinidad in Cuba it has beautiful and colorful buildings / churches but it has a more city feeling than Trinidad and it is not as busy as Managua and definitely a lot cleaner. Granada has a great vibe. Even the souvenir sellers are friendly and not pushy at all and seem to prefer to chat than selling ...
... of the large amounts of sulfur dioxide escaping from the volcano, it would not be safe. After further discussion with the ranger he suggested we visit the museum and that perhaps the weather would moderate allowing us to continue to the top.
After about 40 minutes of we were allowed to proceed with a ranger on board, he had a gas mask . . . we ...