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After dinner last Friday night, Jeff & I took our wine out on the deck & I mentioned how much fun it would be to go visit our friends Patrick & Jackie Terrail in the south of France. I was enjoying seeing their photos on Facebook~ eating French foods, shopping at the beautiful outdoor markets & wished I was there with them. Every summer they are ...
... strange. And the mall was massive. Before going in we ate at Johnny rockets. We had a really lovely burger and it was a traditional American fast food style bar. When we saw the movie I have never seen such a fancy screen in my life. The chairs were like red leather sofas and the seats really reclined. The movie, guardians of the galaxy was really funny. We would defo see it ...
... really interesting. We skipped meeting the bear. It kind of looked scary. We then went into the 4d cinema which gave us the secret of coke. It was cheesey and the chair hurt my back but it was ok. And walked around a pop art gallery were we got to make our own bottle of open art. It was fun! We then tasted it which was too awesome! We tried over 60 different drinks from across the globe! Awesome. We also got a free bottle of coke at the end of the day to take home. Wow. Good final ...
Peggy is at Lisa's Bridal Shower
I came home from my KY work at 7 PM
Clothes strung everywhere on the bed.
Another last minute packing job.
I'm sure we will forget something.
But I took camera and battery charger out of camera bag to save space.
Will be glad when we get to the Vandeem ship tomorrow.
... a local amusement park, flying from the aerial trapeze and flying from the local bounty! And crime? Ah,yes, there was that then, too. In fact Colombia has a long, sorry history of violence and crime. The legacy of that history could be seen in the strangest places - like the way men wore their watches. I'm talking pre-digital wind-them-up-with-the-little-wheel watches. Bogoteņos routinely wore them on their right hand, meaning a very convoluted left-handed maneuver to ...
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