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... with great visions of a playroom in basement adjacent to the training room; I was up at 4am to start the move. Amazingly I figured it best not to wake RB up at this hour, only if he would repay the favour (…if only just once). A few trips later and a now awake RB was bundled in his new car seat and we arrived. Home.
The rest of the day was spent cleaning, unpacking or shouting at chipmunks out the window depending on which Barnaby you are. ...
... I had my pack completely ready to go, stuffed into a duffel along with my resupply, boots, and poles. I could have left yesterday if I had to. Then Zan emails us. "The TSA has rules about matches."
I drop everything and go to the TSA website to see what exactly it has to say about matches. Get this, you can’t have matches in your checked baggage! Normally, I don’t check baggage. Everything I need goes on the plane with me. ...
... it. Even their plain old vanilla is delicious. Our family has been going to Ben & Jerry’s since we were like 4 or 5. It’s impossible to choose which flavour and I think they know that, so you can taste test as many as you want and walk out the door with nothing. I tried a new flavour called milk and cookies which had cookie dough bites and ice cream that was almost like cookies and cream. Yuuuuummmmm!
So that was ...
... how many of us have ventured to Grand Portage to see Minnesota highest waterfall (so high, it starts up in Canada)? (btw, the website lists recreational opportunities here as "hiking, photography, and picnicking" - that's what I'm known for!! - except for the hiking.) And did you know that you can take a ferry from Grand Portage to Isle Royale National Park (remote island wilderness in the middle of Lake Superior)? Then there's ...
... c) cook, seriously cook (or (d) watch the cooking, seriously watch.) Some nights we'll take this show on the road, but most often it entails free-flowing wine and noshing (cheese & crackers, chips & guac) while appetizers are prepared. I'd like to think that someday our enthusiasm for food will wane just enough so that we create a reasonable ...