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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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... at lunchtime and after some tech calls to the cable company got everything back online, and I printed off our tickets for the evening along with the Renaissance Faire tickets for Phoenix and our Grand Canyon tickets for Las Vegas.
I had planned to go and watch Richard play disc golf that morning but sadly never got round to it thanks to all the mini disasters. Still, Mik was over at the ...
... had scheduled a rendezvous near present day Tahlequah in order to select a site to settle and use as the seat of local government. When they arrived at the site only two of the three chiefs arrived on time. After waiting for the third chief to arrive and gain consensus, the two chiefs went ahead and approved the site and named it "Tahle-quah". In Cherokee, "Tahle" represents the number two and "quah" means "it's enough", or translated as "Two is enough", indicating the two chiefs ...
... returned as well. With a house full of people we had pizza takeaway for dinner and very nice it was too.
Alana was over as well and she ended up curling hers and Hayley’s hair. Mum told me that she thought Alana and Hayley were very similar and she is absolutely right. I think they may be twin souls… This led to a discussion that maybe there is a version of Hayley in every country. Scary huh? ...
... in till midday. It is most bizarre. Today we shall have to try and wear her out and hide the caffeine and see if that works.
We decided to brave the elements and go to Egg It On for lunch. It was an absolute mission to defrost the car, the whole driver’s side, and front and back covered in a thick layer of ice. It took a good twenty minutes to get the car into a drivable state. We had to deice, chisel, heat and basically wait for ages for ...