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... on their way soon, and I plan on keeping in touch and learning as much as I can about international travel from them. My biggest fear is not the long flight, or the strange languages, or the unusual food...no...it is the immunizations we'll have to have before we travel! and No, it's not the pokes!! it's the "stuff" in the cocktail that is the most worrisome for me!
... 6 minutes late (07:36pm) by the time we got Winnipeg 48hrs later we were 4 hrs late!. But 5 minutes out we had to wait 30mins for a wheat train. We had the same sort of carriages but an older set. Back to a choice of microwaved Thai Chicken or Dijon Chicken.
Next day we played the card game Eucha which does't task the brain and passes the time. It was raining outside for most of the day. I even was able to teach someone backgammon. Again we had to wait ...
... only to find out contrary to what we were told on the phone, that we weren't allowed to park there and would be subject to towing. We decided to leave the RV on the street for 2 days and had luckily had no problems. It was wonderful to see my brother & my Mother who has improved since a knee replacement in February. Nothing too interesting to photograph in the rain. Expenses: Gas for motorhome $275. Propane for RV $40. Gas for Honda ...
... wrong. We are planning on making a pit stop at the trailer village where Grandma and Grandpa Reavie used to go.
Side Note: there is a famous butterfly conservatory in Phoenix, so perhaps we'll visit and be sure to laugh grandly and yawn exaggeratedly while in the snuggly enclosed butterfly gardens. The next morning - wherever we wake up from - we embark on our longest driving day so far, 6 hours from Phoenix to the West Coast community of La Jolla (I plan on ...
... we'd be meeting up at the movies the next day. I'd organized several weeks ago to take them to see Disney's latest offering, Frozen, and most of them were coming. Which is amazing considering the busy time of year, and parents not having a whole lot of money to spare. Some I had to say good bye to that day, so I felt sad about that. Mostly, however, I felt grateful that I'd had the chance to work with and meet so many wonderful people here this year, of all ages. I decided I was going ...