Avalon Hotel & Conference Center
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... gadget, I opted to stand fully clothed in my shower and pee like a man. Ahhh, gadget passed the test and it's in my backpack.
LEAH'S PACKING LIST FOR THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO:
Pack & contents (including poles & empty water bottle & waist pack,
(but not including the set of clothes I'm wearing) weighs in at 10lbs.4oz.
Backpack – Osprey Tempest 20 liters ...
... for this trip other than to try to remain as open to the experience as possible and to try to remain as "present" as possible.
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... bbq. We had such a great evening with him and his wife Kim and their kids and grandkids. Again, such a great perk of this new career being able to see family that lives far from home. Jacksonville is a very nice town, although our hotel was very blah. Needed many, many updates. After Jacksonville it was on to Miami! Wow! What a beautiful place! I think a retirement home in Miami is definitely in my future! Haha! However, I'd need ...
... quickly found another route home for me leaving at 11:15 (it was 10:30 at that point), and it was leaving out of a different terminal. I rushed to my gate and got there right around 11. No one was at the gate and I found out that the flight was delayed 30 mins (not again). People finally started to show up and we boarded the plane for Zurich around 11:30. My connecting flight in Zurich to Chicago was leaving in an hour and 45 mins, and I was really worried I was going ...
... state prison into apartments with studios for artists. When she visited Jackson, the city was having a storyteller convention. Upon her return home a neighbor expressed an interest in purchasing her townhouse, which was a miracle in the depressed real estate market. Judy paid attention to all these "signs" and moved to Jackson as one of the first thirteen to move into the renovated building. At the time the developers of the art center did not want any mention ...