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... of rugby... It's safe to say that it was information overload for the boys. Before the first game the two national anthems were played and then our first real Haka on USA soil was done - spine tingling!
Game 1 - 14-3 Win
Tries: Liam Blyde, Brayton Northcott-Hill
Conversions: Brayton Northcott-Hill (2)
We got off to a slow start, which is understandable considering that we had only been in country for 3 days, plus the boys were consistently having to ...
... Zac tried all his charms on Seb (alas, to no avail. Straight as telegraph pole, that one). James seemed to be making friends quite well with a guy called Andre, and in no time our whole posse were best buds and we spent a good 5 minutes posing for group photos that we
shanghaied some poor soul into taking for us.
The merriment lasted a good while, until my urge to dance could be ignored no longer. Seb and James assured me they were now, ...
Tired for sure of all day traveling. But its almost over. If I could, I would be on a plane ride back to Alaska tomorrow. Maybe I will have some extra money somewhere, ha right I didn't have any money for this trip, who is kidding who. It was a great trip. I'm ready to go lets see what's happens ...
Our Summer Vacation: Well, first of all, that is the first time I have used the word Vacation in the past 12 years. Unreal!
So, we took off on the afternoon of June 22 for Minnesota and were there two days later. We helped get the place ready for Russ' mom’s 90th birthday – the party went off well and Mom was totally pleased had a wonderful day visiting with family and friends. We spent a few more days hanging out ...
... overseas my advice would be to start with paperwork gathering. Every country is a little bit different and you maybe required to submit anything and everything from an FBI background check to college transcripts. This is also where the requirements are little bit different for every single country.
Here is a recommended paperwork list to get started with:
1) Diploma (make lots of copies)