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Well it certainly has been a busy few days – too busy to write that's for sure.
Yesterday we drove to Pompano Beach from Kingsland, Georgia under beautiful sunny skies and we watched the temperature climb to 81. Our trip started with a car wash after seeing all the beautiful cars over the last three days. It was fun seeing all the place names that we knew from the ocean side of things four years ago. Of course things have changed in that time. ...
... at the airport. UA charges $25 per bag. After a short queue at check-in, my hopes for a leisurely breakfast were dashed by the the long queue to clear security and, particularly, US immigration. You would think they would have speeded up the operations by now. So there was like 10 or 15 mins to departure, but the time I cleared US immigration, no time to "lounge around" in the departure lounge. I could see the weather was still miserable - it was to translate to ...
... points at the end of the day were the olympic champions.
The Alumni Ball and Auction took place near the end of the voyage. The Auction is a fundraiser put on to raise money for scholarships on future voyages. People were encouraged to donate any unwanted items as well as any other items they wished to donate. It was crazy the amount of money people spent. One student bought an Angkor Wat plate with the Dean's face on it for a few hundred dollars. ...
... As I reached my early thirty's I decided I would consider settling down seeking forever love with proliferation in mind, but I would get discouraged along the way--- hence the development of a phrase that humoursly described my predicament which I coined “Weeding them out”.
What I have learned about marriage is that people and situations change. The passion can get sidetracked for every and anything because the concept of marriage ...
... we watched in agony, the long drawn out ordeal that allowed the fish to rest and make the wiring process difficult.
Update--- It is April in 2011 and I have just returned from visiting “The International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame in Hollywood Florida.
There on a plaque inside a glass case was the image of Sir Garrick Agnew who was an I.G.F. Hall of Fame Honoree in 2003.
Among other things was his Yacht log / Guest Register for his ...
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