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... San Diego. They left their grown, married children and new grandchild behind. We were told that they are worried about the unrest in their native South Africa. I have to wonder if there isn't a long-term family exodus plan in the making.
Brian's son grew up close to Oscar Pistorius, the Blade Runner who murdered his girlfriend, and Brian was the "Lead Solicitor" in his defense. Pristorious is awaiting a second trial based on an appeal from the prosecution. ...
We’re back on the road again.
This time we’re starting in Sweden. Gothenburg, to be precise, on Sweden’s west coast.
We’re here courtesy of Volvo, Gothenburg’s main industry.
Joyce needed to replace her 12 year old Volvo wagon. By taking advantage of Volvo’s Overseas Delivery Service, you save a few thousand dollars off the U.S. sticker price, plus they fly you here, put ...
... would require me having a bigger bag. It's big enough to have a shovel and a probe, some food and water and maybe an extra layer.
I've also been to uh, kind of an avalanche education I guess you could say. It was more of just basic information about avalanches etc. Was quite humbling, and educational at the same time.
Got to perform searches with transcievers, which was a first time for me, wasn't that hard, but I guess it will be alot more stressful if it's an ...
Our bus to take us into Gothenburg was scheduled for 11:00 and conveniently, the stop was just down the road. Consequently, we had plenty of time to pack and tidy and clean the apartment and bid our farewells to the charming owners who occupied the ground floor of the spacious house. The bus arrived bang on time and for £1.80 each it took us, via a ferry, all the way into Gothenburg, to the Central railway station. Sweden is not a cheap country but that was excellent value.
... or what?
The city was founded in the early 1600’s by Gustav Adolf, there is a statue of him in the main square. He employed Dutch engineers to design this city. It is built on a bed of very unstable clay so there are, even now, not many high rise buildings. Most of the city has been rebuilt several times over the centuries, fire having destroyed great sections of it. The Town hall is from 1642 but Lyn couldn’t get a photo of ...