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Oh wait they bumped us up to join them.

 

I can’t get a selfie with my mask on. Heck it, I’ll try.

 

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#fail is what Owen would say.

 

Oh the amenities!

 

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Wine right beside the breakfast menu. MMMM. Could it be better? This is Jarvis Style.

 

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How about some cookies please, but none of those ones with raisins.

 

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I'm confused .. Unplug toilet?

 

BTW, love your writing style

 

Thanks, I’ve worked on it the last 45 years. The first 10 years weren’t so successful.;)

 

He meant “unclog toilet”.

 

That would be if you visited. :')

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Could be...our Canadian winters are long and fierce, the comfort of a heated seat for the first person to sit on the throne in the morning.

 

Ourusualbeach for the win.

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Safe flight, Andrew & family!

 

 

Thanks you. That’s the plan.

 

Watching The Hangover and naked Mr Chow just jumped out of the trunk. Hilarious scene. The whole thing is classic.

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Morning Cicely. 9:41 am muchachos. Time to finish those flapjacks, knock back that second cup of joe, get ready to greet the day.

If you guessed the pancakes you get 100 points.

 

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Alaska isn't always cold. We were there in 2013. The temps were above 25C (75F) every day. Actually , most days it was too hot. I remember being in Juneau, walking through the town and we kept ducking into the shadows to cool down. You never know, you might get lucky like we did

 

We were there too. I've tempted DH, who isn't keen on cruising, "com-on, it will be cold, as opposed to Israel in July"... Little did I know....;p

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Great news. We have finally had some rain at home. Almost 3 weeks with no rain. That watering I did today was for not. We are in the red zone, and we should have rain for the next 4 hours. Hopefully the garden will be good for the time we are gone.

 

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It is raining so hard the downspout isn’t keeping up.

 

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I see my town in Michigan on that radar map. It was a good downpour that we desperately needed!

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