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... produce when/where possible, but these strawberries are seriously so much more tasty than ours that it might make me question future purchases, maybe. The subway is super easy to navigate, as it the city itself. If you're coming to the Big Apple, all you need to do is download a subway map and know roughly where you want to go, and you're basically done. The trickiest part is finding the entry to the subway sometimes - they can be hidden along ...
... West Coast - LA, Seattle and across the border to Canada (Vancouver and the Rocky's). And somewhere in between, Chicago. I made a friend, Margarita, at the archives and she lives in Chicago! I like this whole archive and meeting people from across the globe thing - so far (that I know of whilst I have been here) we have covered England, Italy, Germany, the good old USA, Brazil, Mexico. And I am certain more!
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... This will be my second Skype across the Atlantic. I skyped Mum and Dad for the first time late last week. Seems so strange to be so far away, yet the joys of technology can bring you so close to home. And if anyone else would like to have a lovely Skype conversation with me (I say "lovely", but I'll leave those experienced to judge whether the experience is "lovely" or not. A ...
... or the use of your work (or maybe that's just me?), and then there are moments when you meet people like Patricia (if that is her name...!) when you are reminded that it is worth it, and you have got something meaningful too say.
All in all, a great morning. Later I shall finish planning my Manhattan adventures. More then. Or tomorrow when those adventures have become a reality!
Love to you all. And a hug. Or two if you'd like.
... tell me to be quiet if I have already told you about this). The first is french vanilla, the second is blueberry. And oh my goodness me, it is totally amazing.
I also had a good chat with Tom today (the most senior archivist here, knows everything - well almost everything!) and he has suggested a few further avenues to explore. Time to get stuck in again.