Mount Greylock Inn
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... in total ) are very good and with the exception of a few showers, the trip went smoothly. We arrived in Waltham around 3pm. Karen had organised dinner with her brother, Michael and his family, at her place. We walked from Glenn's, where we were staying , to Karen's and enjoyed a lovely dinner with family and some good wine. Young Maddy is keen to visit Australia so we hope that we see her in the not too distant ...
Jayshree: "My visa is just got stamped & the visa officer asked me to enjoy Morocco. Oh Yeah...see you all at Casablanca."
Why yes, Jayshree, yes we will! And we're really looking forward to hearing the sordid details of this Visa fiasco. Your application was submitted months ago and it's just now being approved with four days left until departure? That, there, is some amazing bureaucratic heel dragging.
... Everyone connected tell me not to worry.....so I decided not to bother. I was hoping I would write only after I received it....but my saga has to go on. I promised you all a theatrics and I shall give it."
Laura: "Okay. We’ll go with what your astrologer says. I won’t worry either, though I’ll keep my fingers, toes, and eyes crossed."
Louise: NO ONE on the planet Earth can ...
... quick-dry, lightweight, Crocodile Dundee clothing is that, if the airline loses my luggage, I can just lather my outfit with a bit of Leslie's emergency shampoo, hose myself down, and drip dry. I'll just keep doing that on a daily basis until my suitcase catches up with me.”
Leslie: “There you go, showing off about "lightweight" again! I'm adding a cinder block to MY packing list, which ...
Leslie "… Mosquito repellant, sunscreen … I will probably pack my hiking boots, too, for some hiking opportunities. Anyone else?"
Laura: “Do you even need to ask me about hiking boots? (I'll be bringing my hiking poles too)."