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... in a very lengthy game of ********. Quite an unexpected turn of events for
Grandma Amy, who retired somewhat later than intended, but no doubt a suitably
interesting last night in what has become one of my favourite cities. Bye bye,
Seattle. If you were a person, you’d be the chilled out cool guy that everyone
loved and that always had a crazy story to share. And if you were a student at
Hogwarts, you would always pass your O.W.L’s with Exceeds ...
... br> Oh! I discovered that I may be able to retire in northern California. It was gorgeous, Mount Shasta and all these little clear blue lakes and thick forests. I could probably do it. I also passed Deschutes, which some of you may know is one of my favorite breweries and I passed the actual Black Butte for which their Black Butte Porter is named. So cool.
Anyway, I got in at about 11ish ...
... painting of the countryside and she had two pictures that I was very impressed with they were just looking into a dark space, they were so well done.
After looking in a few different shops we decided to go into a bakery for a hot chocolate, it was very full and while Russ was in the queue I managed to get a table that sat four.
... assuming it makes it through the day. To make a long story short I found a device from Belkin that receives a Bluetooth signal from the phone, connects to the Sena transmitter via audio cable, which in turn transmits via Bluetooth to both helmets. The only problem left to solve was powering both devices. BMW makes available a lead that makes it easy to connect to the wiring harness in line with the ignition. After scouring Amazon and several trips to Radio Shack ...
... inside to do the visa renewal thing that was all too hard for the guy the other night. The line of people is short so we only get to listen in to a couple of the stories of people trying to convince the officers that, since their second cousin's great aunt visited the US once, they definitely should qualify for skilled migrant status. It's always a little sobering to hear these stories of people trying to get a ...
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