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... our way to the beach and settled on the sand with a bottle of New Belgium’s La Folie and sandwiches. Some massive seagulls made a semi-circle around us, immediately realizing we had the goods. We enjoyed watching the waves and the harbor seals for a while, and then wandered up and down the beach, fully aware of how lucky we were/are. After our lazy beach afternoon, it was back to the Scamp for a delicious anniversary dinner of steak for ...
... they played one of the 4 songs in my repertoire and welcomed my rushing the stage to favour the crowd with Satisfaction. Dancers weaved home in the small hours in inverse age order, we sextegenarians lasting till around midnight.
A very quiet brunch followed Sunday, and the party gradually dissolved during the day. We loaded up the excess libations and headed back to San Francisco tired but very happy . A truly great event Leimon, good on ya.
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It might not be as important an indicator as others, but one whose understanding does have some measurable level of merit. Money could be made and countries might benefit from the increase in competitiveness to rate higher on the list.
It would all be tied into passports and yet another industry ...
... topics about life and travel and things less JuBu that cross my mind that I am sure you are dying to know about - when that url is ready i will update this blog - in the meantime, come visit me, Zen Cohen at: http://www.zencohen.us
... really confused when I first got here but I wasn't sure it a was a universal process, and boss doesn't like to be challenged. It was surreal to finally learn on our last day with the Cabs that I had been right all along. We were all a bit disillusioned and confused. At this point hands were hurting, definitely mine. Many vines will have to be re-pruned, which is what we did in the afternoon. We finished the last straggly vines before lunch. A lot of them had ...