Knights Inn Lafayette
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... Kind, Patient, Calm and energetic. Yesterday while j- crossing the road, i Almost bumped into a Guy.Apparently someone i knew from conferences. my new coffee Buddy.. Moreover Friday i need to get ready for the Fontaines run and the Food Festival.
Survey makes Little Progress. Qualtrics is Fun to learn.
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A Perfect Sunday.
Reading a paper from Jayson Lusk.
Spending an Hour in the Pool.
Buying a huge Melon.
and staying outside in the Sun Reading paper Towns.
Something to Note: IN WL you enter a bookstore. You find everything, besides Books :) :) ... I Wonder where do they buy Books. but i will figure out. ...
... on German Time, so 3 and 5, I wake up arrcordingly, because I am too hungry. I made a Great 24 hours Shopping experiences, I got my Office and saw the City. The Heat here, is very pleasant. Not humid, at all. We are Waiting for Blue Moon tonight. So Almost, 6 am, time for a stroll.
And why Italy in the US, First of all the Sound of crickets everyday, the Heat, the Fruits and the very kind People.
So, let me take you back a few months ago and explain how this opportunity came about. Sometime, late February/ early March, Ian got an e-mail from an African organization inviting him to be a key note speaker at their annual event for African Rail 2015. He read about the conference and sent a reply back to them explaining in more detail about the company that he works for and helped develop. He was honest with the response stating that he didn't think that his scope of practice ...
... filled our fresh water tank 1/3 of the way full (about 17 gallons). We noticed that when we turned on our electric water pump, it stayed on consistently. That is not good! So we turned it on only when we needed. Unfortunately, I didn't realize that I had left the outside shower valve on. So when we turned the pump on, we pumped water through the shower to the ground. That was not a big deal as we had plenty of water for the toilet. But ...