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... br> The city skyline is seen in the background and the whole area was a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts with people swimming, fishing, paddle boarding, running and cycling. It was about 90 degrees so people were obviously enjoying the summer weather that appears so briefly in these parts.
In winter the same paths are used by people for cross country skiing and on the lakes themselves people ...
... am most anxious for the flight. I have never enjoyed flying, and have also never flown alone; today, I will be flying nine hours, alone, and out of the country! I am sure the time will go fast, but right now six weeks sounds like a long time. I will miss my friends and family, but I'm excited for the stories I will have to share when I get ...
... to this little coffee place back in Andrea's neighborhood called the FireRoast Cafe. I sat there a good hour and sketched. I'm keeping this small sketchbook with me and it's nice to be drawing with a pencil again. Photoshop and Illustrator are amazing tools but I must remember my roots!
After that I started exploring the neighborhood and then I found this HUGE community garden with lots of KALE. It made me happy. I ...
... but if you do, sooner rather than later so you are still young
when the kids leave the house.' Or with lifestyle properties, its really a "life sucker property." You don't make money off of it and there is constant need to work around the house and property to maintain it. Sounds like "work farms" on the lakes many people have in the states. I'll take all the advice with a grain of
salt, but some is quite helpful.
I came to NZ with the plan to ...