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... anyone know, or finding out what she should do at this point. Luckily, after a bit of wandering around the airport, she ran across two Russian guys walking around with a sign that had her name on it. Things were looking up. So they headed off to the mountain where her hotel was. She had read ahead of time that her hotel was halfway up a mountain and required a gondola trip to get there. The hotel's website said that on arrival, a porter would meet you at the base of ...
... the hospital. He is just 2 days old and lucky me ,I got to have a cuddle.
Lovely to be here with Michael and his family again despite the fact that it is raining.
Saturday, 28th Sept: A quiet day spent with the Galvin family, Rachelle and baby came home.An other wet day.
Sunday, 29th Sept: Very wet over night. Carroll collected us to go to ...
... at us planning for the future)
Kells brew pub for one drink on the way back (way too Irish if you ask me...complete with jig music on constant rotation) Finished the night with some Bulldog Margarita's with some folks who were meant to go see the Women's Soccer Match down the road at Jeld-Wen but they ended up skipping it and hanging with us.
Sadly confirmed that the Portland Beavers (Minor league ...
... our first leg. So we arrived bright-n-early in Portland for a quick hop to Seattle, at which point we settled down to sit and wait for our next flight. Maybe I dozed at the gate. At some point, we went to a central food court area near the gates and had a quick snack. And at some point, I used the bathroom.
As it's finally time to board, and it feels like we've been up forever at about all of 9 or 10am, I realize ...
... that lined our road edge. Houses were sparsely dotted along the cliff on the opposite side. We don't understand how inhabitants in places like this don't ever get lonely, especially being only a few of them and with a long drive to the next town, unless they were used as holiday homes. Either way, unbeatable landscape to wake up to! ...