Sheraton Silver Spring Hotel
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... Al's in L.A. so we opted for something else. I had Challah French Toast. The waiter looked at me funny when I pronounced it correctly, with the guttural "h". Not bad for a goy. Sandy had oatmeal, a first. She probably would have preferred a bagel and lox. Perhaps the Deli would have been better. But the Daily Dish had a cute outside canopy, so there.
Now for the Maryland 200. The Maryland Route 200 (MD 200), more ...
... of Eastern Standard Time. The first week I'll be in Melbourne, Victoria, with my dear friends Elizabeth and Bart and their families! They were married here in the states last year and have now moved to Australia (where Elizabeth is from) and they are having a second wedding reception to celebrate there as well. I can't wait to catch up with everyone and see the city.
The following week will be sightseeing and diving the Great Barrier ...
A green flash
I sit up straighter, hopeful.
Cattle, smelling the wind.
Please, it's time
It's my turn
let me pass
I obeyed, I was good,
Reward me, faceless One.
Yes, yes, it's going to happen
I am free, I can make it, I can.
Please, please, this time.
And, then, I am gone
I have bridged the gap
I have crossed beyond,
Searching for what lays ...
... Many thanks to Busy and Stew.
Thanks for following our travels, your comments and your hospitality. The journey is not really about where you go, it's about how it changes you. That's why we went. That and, Gypsy Blood.
Robert Hunter, Jerry Garcia, The Grateful Dead
Fare you well my honey
Fare you well my only true one
All the birds that were singing
Have flown except you alone
Goin to leave ...
... lots of descriptions of things. The picture heading for the blog for example is one that I took on our trip to the Kalani retreat (yea, I'll have to explain that one further sometime) on the big island of Hawaii last year. We should all strive to be the reclining Buddha in all of our endeavors (especially when we are vacationing!). It can be a day trip, such as a hike or a trip to a winery ...