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Our journey has ended after 33 days. We saw some amazing sights and laughed our butts off. Now it's time to sort out our finds, look at our pictures, get some sleep, and then start planning our next road trip. Thanks for following us on this journey. We loved all the comments, and my plan is to use the option with this blog to print a book for each of ...
... ISV staff shirts. Pressure was on. We had since June to memorize this information, and we had the past few days of training to learn how to present it. There has to be speed (the announcement is two minutes or less), there has to be great articulation, projection, great hand movements, and a passion that radiates through the entire room.
Once we finished at the theater, we were all handed our shirts as well as a paper ...
rolls around, another birthday for Margaret arrived.
showering her with gifts and best wishes (well best wishes anyway), she had
requested that we have lunch at a restaurant where she could partake of a dish
of prawns (shrimp for our American friends.)
There was a "Red
Lobster" Restaurant a mile from the RV Park in Mesa. Glestelle, Tom, Larry and Jill accompanied
After my travels, pilgrimage along the Camino Portuguese, birthday celebration with Alfonso and friends in Italy, visiting the cemetery yesterday, I enter into a new month and a new chapter in my life. The day unfolds as the sun begins to rise on this new day, new month, new chapter. I continue on the Camino of ...
... flies so thick you can't see out the windows. Well, not so much! And to make matters even worse - the park's electric problems have now made 50 amp service unavailable - so, in 100 degree temps we had to stay inside running only one a/c. To top it all off, our Verizon aircard signal has been abysmal here.