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... From there we walked over to watch dozens of people lining up to fly or skydive in a chamber that seemed to have a jet engine fan blowing through it. When the instructor had balanced the person going for a ride, the fan increased its speed and they both shot up in the air about 50 feet before slowly floating down again. After two or three shots they were pushed out and someone else took their place with the instructor.
Walking back to the ...
... and battered from the light abuse, so we sprinted to our rooms for bedtime. All in all, an adventurous, satisfying final day off.
I can't believe we only have one week left here. I feel like it went so fast, much faster than last year. I wish I could have more time to spend with my friends here, but our schedules are so hectic that that is proving difficult. But I have to make a point of it, because once OxTrad is over, it's over. At least until next summer.
... and her family.
After all this we were invited to the home of Winston and Cathy Bothwell for dinner. Jan and her son Walter who lives in Bristol were there...as well has the Marx's and Barry Lavers. They live in St. Albans. Winston had been the groundskeeper at Ambassador College for years and he and Bev had lots of mutually interesting things to talk about as far as grounds beautification. By the way, the spring season is ...
... hill. There I FINALLY found a good quality wool riding jacket that fits me. It'll end up being my birthday present. Can't wait to start work when I get home and start making money...I need it.... Now we're on our way to Oxford for tonight, and tomorrow we get on a megabus that will take us across to Ireland. It should be an interesting ride because we're taking it during the night...so I'll let you know how it goes! So excited to see green! Miss you all, ...
... myself out of my comfort zone and learn something new or gain new experiences, to become a better human being. Last year I learnt to skydive, and found it a bit boring, so where am I supposed to go from there? The answer it seems is everywhere! Improvement and bettering myself is an ongoing and evolving process and I'm looking forward to the opportunities I'll have travelling to really work on what I consider my sticking points, so that ...