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My last full day at home, had an awesome night last night with some of my closest friends, saying good bye for now, and wishing everyone well in things to come. This morning was spent with my dad, finalizing everything i needed and just relaxing for a bit. Then in the afternoon Ross and I went for our last bike ride together until this time next year when he is home from school and I am home from the final segment of the Asia tour. ...
... but, although a member, I do not use it, do not know how, nor do I want to learn. Thank you again to all those who responded on the blog, by phone, and in person, and with personal cards, it is so much appreciated. It was my intention to do a blog on friendship, but to me this says it all. Friends who have been close over the years, Friends and neighbors, Friends who we have met on our travels, and some who are just one of the 134 people who receive ...
... laid it on my poor younger bro to deal with me.
Well, I am neither happy nor sad. Happy in the fact that he is no longer dealing with this ordeal of Alzheimer’s, a crippling disease, and no way for a person of dignity to leave this earth, sad because it is my last parent.
68 years he and I were on the same earth together, and in retrospect I do not feel I knew him, and I truly believe that he never knew who I was either.
So now its over. So mote it ...
... Panama, from the overpass heading to Niagara Falls yesterday. We ended up stopped at a bridge to watch the John D Leitch cruise on the canal heading south (as it turned out-- more on that little funny later) then saw the Two Flight Locks and drove on up to Lock 7 Viewing Area. Denis checked in at the information centre and I checked out the viewing area and saw that a ship, the Cayuga, was heading towards the lock. The viewing area has a mini bleacher but even cuter ...
... having tons of fun. Had an amazing lunch at the hotel and we are now warming up on the chalet. My boys are doing a rubik's cube puzzle....the most difficult one we could find!!
Tonight we are walking to the Old Homestead restaurant for dinner and tomorrow we need to get up on time dog sledding starts at 9:30am sharp!!
Missing you all...two more sleeps at the Ice Hotel and then down to Malmo for the tournament!!
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