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... which actually are a species of char.
The new dam wall is being built by Brookfield and I had an interesting chat with the clients Engineering Manager. The site has to close from Christmas until May each year because of the icy conditions. Some of the guys will work those months on another company project in Alabama, but most just go onto Unemployment Benefits. That is apparently normal.
She is going to let the photos do the talking.
... later. They directed us to a clinic, and even drew a map. Unfortunately, Tula proved to be, hands down, the most confusing city we had tried to navigate in Mexico. We hardly ever saw a street sign. We chased up and down this street and that, stopping and asking for directions. Usually the directions were in conflict with the prior directions. We had left the hotel before 8:00 am, and it was 1:00 pm before we finally found the clinic. The people there were excellent, and ...
Barbie has just packed away her pearls, the push-up bra is being left behind as well as looser Ken. Those 4 inch heels have been replaced with her L.L. Bean hiking shoes. The short shirts have turned into high tech fabric hiking pants. Barbie is now Adventure Barbie!!! ready to travel into the unknown! There is a poem by Shel Silverstein that I have alway loved... You have a ...
... with homemade tortillas (thanks again Brett for the fresh bread). The kids went to bed, with red rimmed eyes from the swimming and the culmination of 5 days of play from sun-up to sunrise, and the grown-ups rallied from their margarita fogs for one more round of Settlers of Catan; this was going to be the game to settle the score, or leave it tied at the top if Jess or Sara managed to pull one out of the bag. Well, it was a hard fought game that lasted for over two hours, ...
Today was Jess and Sara's turn to have a day out and exploring so while Tim and Brett stayed home and played with the kids, they loaded up and headed out for the day. Their destination was the Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay Harbor. While there, according to reliable information, they enjoyed a lovely walk around and explore of the different gardens, spent much of the day discussing and then solving all of the problems of the world, enjoyed a quiet lunch in Boothbay Harbor ...