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... thirtieth birthdays go that was pretty ****en sweet.
After that amazing meal and present we returned to our room where I enjoyed our private out door spring. I'll remind you that it is currently snowing here. It is negative degrees our of the sprint and very very positive in the water. What an amazing day today was.
Unfortunately there is no internet up here and even getting this text up was an effort. Pictures will come tomorrow when we are back in ...
Luke took kids out today and I stayed at the hospital all day. Kids went to the castle in Matsumoto and pottered around. I will get those photos tomorrow. Mason is improving daily. He had his second round of physio today and was up on his crutches. Fingers crossed he keeps improving. ...
Matsumoto is a very cute city with its own castle (not that I have seen it). Luke will take the kids out today to do some exploring. Mason doing really well, he can stand with weight on his good leg on crutches. Not allowed to put any more than 10kg of weight on his bad leg for 6 weeks. He has endured everything thrown at him from wash downs to suppositories and nothing has phased him. Very ...
... clock with what appear to be golden spikes jotting out from it, it makes it appear like a golden show flake.
- This one appears to be an archway with a pendulum hanging in the middle but on closer inspection the top of the arch has a hand that points out the time.
- A slab of rock with a golden women sitting on the side, a clock then sways as the fixed point of the pendulum hanging below it back and forth past the woman.
- Last but not least ...
... at the station with two minutes to spare, that is to say that we would miss our train even if we ran for it! Knowing that it would be a full hour before the next train Mark and I decided to track down a money exchange so he could trade in the rest of his euros.
Our first stop was the information desk inside the station, Mark went in to ask them about the nearest exchange and we were directed to the bank down the road. We set off with our heavy bags still weighing us ...