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... spine of British Columbia before finally descending into Seattle (unfortunately Vancouver Island was invisible under cloud). One more hop - to Victoria - was supposed to take 40 minutes - but a cancelled flight meant a detour through Vancouver and nine more hours waiting.
We arrived in Chemainus - with all our luggage and our house still standing - on early Tuesday morning (about noon South African ...
... construction drawings. Wow - there it was in front of us with the features we wanted somehow compressed into 640 square feet - a hip roof sheltering two small bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, a open kitchen, living and dining area with a window seat as a couch and additional sleeping spot, as many windows and French doors as we could fit in and a big covered porch (fortunately not included as part of the square footage). It looked spacious on ...
... up an getting ready to leave, we checked out. Just before we left, i realized that i forgot my Kleenex box in my room. I ran back to get it, and loaded into the van. As we were diving out, Jordan asked if we all had everything, and he mentioned Cell Chargers. I realized that i, once again, forgot that in my room. He stopped the van, and looking like a crazy person, i ran back in to go get it. I was not on the ball this morning.
... I was to travel to India in early September for a month. Two broken bones in my wrist and one in my elbow thanks to Burning Man, and my plans were canceled. I was crushed.
The New Year arrived and again I began to daydream about this strange and wondrous new land. Again my thoughts turned to the orphanage and these children in need. Imagine living off of 8 cents a day for your food, shelter and clothing needs. Eight cents. What can that buy in ...
... to Sarah the night before. I had everything stuffed in my bags (although I love my blanket, what a pain to pack) and Fiona was kind enough to walk me to the train, help me hoist the bags, and wave goodbye to me as I left on my last train from Clifton Down to Temple. I got to Temple without problem, did a fairly simple floor change, and got on the London train on platform 13. I was one of the first ones on and had the luxury of stuffing in my luggage on the ...