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It took nearly 14 weeks to settle a dispute in our favor with the tour company that took us to Bohemia in mid-May. It was for reimbursement for two tickets we had to purchase to continue our flight from Frankfurt … Continue reading
Nearly two weeks ago I suffered a mild stroke that affected my left arm and hand. My symptoms included tingling and numbness there and inability to see part of a word, such as the beginning COO of COOKIES while proof … Continue reading
Instead of attending church on the last Sunday of June, we communed with Nature walking the trails near Sycamore Pool. The morning was already warm on a day forecast for 99 degrees, but cool enough to enjoy strolling and delighting … Continue reading
Our church women’s group needed to raise more money to support their charitable groups, but the membership is dwindling owing to aging and health problems. The faithful “old timers” are mainly septuagenarians, octogenarians and a remarkable quartet of nonagenarians; recruiting … Continue reading
Before we went to Bohemia last month, we had the preconceived notion their foods would be merely edible. Internet articles told us their breakfasts were cold cuts, their lunches heavy and their dinners mainly soup and sandwiches. That was far … Continue reading
When I’m at home I hardly notice changes during a short period of time, but now being just back from two weeks away, there have been observable changes in common things around our town and neighborhood. When we left the … Continue reading
Here in the U.S. we can always rely on free rest room facilities no matter if traveling by car and stopping at fast food restaurants or at official rest stops off the interstate. Or at the mall or big box … Continue reading
When we travel in the U.S., we stay in mid-budget motels that are clean and comfortable and in safe locations. Doors are opened with a plastic card with a magnetic strip we think is secure. But on our trip to … Continue reading
A contrast to driving the frenetic pace of the Los Angeles freeways earlier this month, last week we went to the Mendocino coast and drove the slow and practically traffic-free byways to get there after leaving I-5 at Williams. We … Continue reading