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... These two little boys saw us and asked to play (clearly, they just couldn't resist the greatness of this frisbee). Naturally, they made it even more fun. Now, we are back at the hostel, ready to fall asleep. I can't believe it is only day 3 of this trip. Chicago has been a great first stop but I'm ready to get back in the car and start the drive to stops #2 and #3: Madison, Wisconsin and then Minneapolis, ...
... Looks incredible and once inside, really felt like that 19 hr flight was worthwhile. Amazing atmosphere and experienced Blackhawks Hockey for the first time on the glass. Felt every hit down there. Well the game ended in some controversy with what looked like a Hawks goal disallowed. We eventually lost in a Shootout. Tonight is my first Bulls game v Kings. Had a great sleep in til noon today and will head out about 4pm. My feet needed this ...
... into a relaxed Boxing Day enjoying the cricket while getting ready for a BBQ dinner. We have concluded a late dinner and enjoyed slices of a well travelled Christmas pudding that has travelled from Melbourne, gone missing at LA airport and eventually delivered to S&Ms apartment a day after we arrived. There is sufficient for a second helping later in the weekend. It's likely we will all sleep well ...
... br> Bactrim
Vitamins and supplements
small tissue packets
pocket laundry wash
mesh bags for laundry
camera and accessories (selfie stick!)
NOW can we talk about clothes?
I'm packing for Nepal - highs in the 70's, lows in the 50's. India and the UAE will be in the 90's and 100's, but women ...
Oymyakon, in Yakutia Territory in northeast Siberia, is the coldest permanently inhabited town with temperatures of -90 0 F common. Work only stops at -45 0 F when metal machines become too brittle. Workers then go skiing, ice fishing, or ice sailing. Seriously
Olekminsk, also in Yakutia, wins the record for widest temperature range: -87 0 F to 113 0 F. I cannot even ...