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Today was the first day of our honeymoon. We woke up at 5:00 a.m. (Marlon tried to get me up earlier but that obviously wasn't happening). My Uncle Jimmy drove us to the airport on his way to work, so we avoided having to take a taxi. From JFK, we flew to SFO, totaling about 6 hours in all. It took us about a half hour to take off, and this time it …
The Yaz (or Yazoo if you are British) show at the Paramount Theatre tonight was really amazing. They hit all the right notes, played the best songs, and seemed gracious and surprised at the reception. I had a great time and was really transfixed at the quality of the sound and the bluesy voice of Alison Moyet. It didn't hurt that our seats were the …
... time. So it was onward to Redding.
As soon as I knew the name of the driver, Thomas, I called him to get a "Mom Radar" handle on him. The first thing he said was "Thank you for the job!" and gave a pretty good estimate of what his timing would be. He also mentioned that I should be careful, because there had been a crash the night before on I5 and he thought I might have some delay. AND, he was very specific as to the Bank of America that ...
Our departure from Lake Tekapo was sad. We were packed and ready to go home. The weather though was glorious again. But first we had to go to the Post Office and send a box of old clothes home - the cases were just too heavy now with all the stuff we had bought. So 100 NZ dollars lighter we finally set off on the road. The first part was mountainous (and awesome of course) and then we dropped to the plains of Canterbury ...
... days the same day after we eat, we go shopping and give all our money to people who already have plenty and run eachother over with shopping carts and pepper spray eachother to get a good deal on stuff we probably don't even need. $$$ Its great.
"To John Dillinger and hope he is still alive.
Thanksgiving Day November 28 1986"
Thanks for the wild turkey and
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