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... Another line, but well worth the wait. Check out their flavors here... http://saltandstraw.com/flavors.php Then we hung out at their home while I did my laundry (much needed). Had a lot of un with the now-walking Edith. She is such a cutie...and so smart! I had such a good time hanging out with the Ingalls-Fairweathers! It is odd not having them in VT. Also, we watch the video that my family put together for Edith's birthday ...
Hopefully you have been lucky enough to be at the knee of a fine teacher many times in your life. This is no different from how, over generations, as Indians have learned to execute their exquisite miniature paintings and calligraphy. As we learned in Part I of this blog, Indian Miniatures are, Well, Miniature, ...
... that out for vacation time... but it's also harder to breakaway from crucial email, thus that world comes back in.
Ideally, I'd like a bit of news from home, but not so much that I can feel the press of how much is there to 'catch up' upon return. Ideally, I'd like a bit of local news, too. But if it really comes down to it, news is one of the first things to go, in favor of other aspects of the travel experience.
... back to the city to rest. That evening we took the MAX (public transportation) downtown. We walked around the city for a little bit, and settled on eating at Jake’s. It was a delicious seafood restaurant. We enjoyed fish, wine and good conversation that night. It was fun to be in the city for a change, but we were heading to the beach in the morning.
The next morning we woke up, packed the car up and headed to the ocean, to Cannon ...
... an ancient history in India, first created along with the growth in education, literacy and publications--for the wealthy and ruling class only. Established in ancient India mainly by monarchs, wealthy people, and philanthropists, by the patronage extended by emperors, major capitalists, and scholars, Indian emperors and kings were the recipients of this concentrated wealth of knowledge; they were the privileged, ...
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- Swimming pool
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