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... stood. The fumes in the air were enough to intoxicate! We survived the long journey with an entertaining passing parade of drunks, mostly happy, sometimes paralytic. A very tall Spanish man held up his short mate like a ventriloquist with his arm up the back of a dummy. Around Hounslow, a succession of high heeled young ladies wearing little but frilly dresses descended from the top deck and alighted into the crisp 2 degree dawn. There must have been a dozen of them. We arrived ...
things have got a lot busier these days. my timetable changed this session, so now i have minor 1 off, and i work in leather minor 2, so mornings are chilled. major 3 i have 17 kids in woodshop - more than in the minors - too many kids to be safe or make any decent projects.
i had a day off on the 2nd july, and what thew camp set up was going to the mall, which cost $20 for the coach - i didn't want to pay to go shopping when i don't need to buy anything. instead ...
That's right... three nights in a row without internet!
The first, at Monticello, their internet had gone down. The next, it was so slow I couldn't even access e-mails. Last night I was on the road.
But I assure you I have some great things to tell you all about my visit to Walkill, particularly Patterson and, finally, Brooklyn.
I should get these ready tonight... thanks for your patience.
... cramped because people deciden to buy trolly loads from walmart, some even bought draws. some spent $200 - i spent only $20.
friday we had more meetings and cutting wood on the big buzz saw - felt so powerful. then two of our campers came - one rich kid from LA, and one from florida.
and today was more pancakes for breakfast, then had fun with yet more wood. i love a good bit of wood, especially long strait 6" pieces and cutting them and plaining ...
We enjoyed a walking tour of the beautiful town of Como, walking over cobblestone streets and through piazzas to the DUOMO, an ancient church in the center of town. It took almost 4 centuries to complete the church which exhibits Roman, Gothic and Baroque architecture all in one church. The rose window was exquisite.
Volt, the gentleman who invented the battery is from Como. ...