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... battles a serious illness. That was so Gus, so loving, despite feeling significant pain from his own issues with failing health.
Gus has been described in so many glowing terms in the last few weeks as people inquired about his health and his life. Often people are eulogized after they pass away but the thoughts and comments about Gus were always consistently in the present. A loyal friend, an American hero, a lover of corny jokes, a good dad, a charming ...
... first night and only night in Managua, Nicaragua was at the Camino Real Hotel near the airport, not one of my favorites but it had a lovely pool area.
From Managua we drove to Granada for an extended stay at the Casa del Consulada, a beautiful old home that had been converted into a hotel. The rooms opened ...
... and others I have known for 35 years but haven’t seen in 20. In each case, meeting the old friends was as if no time had elapsed. We also met know people and struck up instant friendships, made all the more valuable by the way in which Alex and I just clicked with people who just moments before were total strangers.
Perhaps the best indication of the kindness of people you have just met was the examples of the people who within a minute of meeting Alex and ...
... he would point it out), I was able to tell them with a reasonable degree of certainty that I hadn't seen it, but I could at least call back to the field on my radio to see if anyone there had seen the plane. The reason that Flight Service was looking for the plane was it was about 45 minutes overdue for landing at Sandpoint.
I made a call back to the field on the unicom frequency (kind of like a radio version of the old telephone ...
We left for Seattle in the pouring rain and we were glad it was only a 75 mile trip. There were lots of BIG trucks on the road,,, and they all passed us. The campground was part of a corporate picnic park and was right on a beautiful lake. Bruce and Rachel and Craig and I went into Seattle the next day and walked the pier area. We had signed up for a tour of Pike ...