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... had a blues band playing. Thank god for the drummer who was older than me. SLC sure is a young lively town.
i even took Linz up for a couple of dances and she remarked how after 30 years I hadn't changed my technique!
A late night then back to the most comfy bed I have slept in.highly recommend a memory foam mattress.
... We found our two bedroom, two bathroom, full kitchen condo that I had booked for $130 a night and wondered what the price was in peak ski time. Today I realised Gracie and Tom really are teenagers as they were more interested in hitting the outlet shops nearby then exploring down town Park City. A couple of hours later, new sunnies for everyone, some Christmas clothes for Grace and two pairs of vans (buy one get ...
... in the factories, working in the rice paddies, working in the fields -- all bent over or squatting -- the men are sitting around drinking coffee, or alcohol, and smoking cigarettes. Some of the men might work hard, but it is mostly the women. The countries are poor, very poor. The average wage in Vietnam is about $200 a month; in Cambodia it must be less. Cambodia is the most poverty ...
... well. They showed me around the
shop and what goes on usually. Its been a bit quiet until 'peak' times
so they will be training me to be a ski technician and cashier in the
mean time. I have learnt alot and its only been 2 days!
Ill keep you posted with my new adventures!
Love LOL XX
... tons and each tire is 14 feet tall
· The fleet of haul trucks travels more than 10,000 miles a day
· The 8 drills in the mine are 100 feet tall and drill blast holes 55 feet deep; they drill 200 holes in a typical day
· Each hole is packed with 1,200 pounds of blasting agents
· On average, a ton of ore contains about 10.6 pounds of copper