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... in Stockholm, the couple who gave us parking minutes in Sweden, the street maintenance worker in Sweden who directed us to the good coffee house, Sara and Richard who were so kind and gave us a ride in Oslo, and the woman in Ardal who asked if she could help because we looked confused.
We highly recommend visiting Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Iceland. We found friendly and kind people in all those countries and we think you would, too.
We are still in McCormick. Our actual trip starts on Friday, August 28. I am now in practice mode. I hope you will enjoy our trip to Denmark, Noway, Sweden, and Iceland.
We are now trying to decide what we need to take and what we can leave at home. When we went to Asia, we were thinking hot weather. We think it will be quite cool in Scandinavia.
... stress. Who needs it! The more you can prevent the better. It also helps to have a strong, ex-Navy brother in the neighborhood to enjoy the home while we are gone. I always recommend announcing to the local authorities when you are off on an adventure. In our small town atmosphere they feel as though they are simply checking in on they neighbor's house. I also always recommend relocating all critical documents ...
... Nothing and this was an Oscar Winning Performance.)
Don't get me wrong--I am not suggesting that you rush right out and see either one of these. The plots were full of holes and the logic was decidedly peccable. (Try this, for example: modern science has apparently developed to the point where scientists can store someone's psyche in a computer: in fact, in a whole roomful of 60's era ...
Yesterday involved a trip to Clinton and lunch with Brother Steve. We said our goodbyes and headed out to do some grocery shopping. We passed a church with a tractor parked out front with one of those giant circular hay bales on the front fork and a flatbed trailer decorated with greenery. I can only assume the deceased was a farmer and the tractor would take him to his final resting place. I ...