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29th August 2016
Adam silversmithing

I am one of the lucky recipients of Adam's handiwork and I must say he really does an amazing job! I guess I kind of miss him talking about his mining escapades as well as the work he puts in on his finds. Thank you for this blog, I have been a long time follower of your escapades and love reading about your adventures! I'm glad to see you had a good time touring around Los Angeles!
15th August 2016

Interesting photos....plastic covered furniture. I giggle, imagining what people there are saying about "those ladies taking photos of their Barbie doll" - LOL!
15th August 2016

I can walk to Tom's Ice Cream Bowl in five minutes; sorry to miss you all there! My family & I were returning this day from our own vacation in Florida.
15th August 2016

How wonderful to have you in the states, Francine! Enjoy the tour - you couldn't ask for a better tour guide in Ms. Angie :) (Yes, I'm starting your trip as you end it.... please, NO SPOILERS!)
18th July 2016

Table guest
The beignet looks amazing! The pigeon on the other hand...
30th August 2016

Pigeon
Laurie-the pigeon was just for you. And our amusement.
23rd June 2016

Awesome!
Great Francine! Look forward to seeing what the 2 of you will be getting up to next!
25th February 2015

Malawi
Sounds like you had immense fun in Malawi. I see you stayed in a lodge; that really is the best way to really appreciate Malawi, Kumbali Country Lodge is also a great place to stay
30th October 2014

Enjoy!
Hope you are enjoying every moment of your trip. Love reading about my part of the world :)
18th December 2012
DRAGON BONES HANGING AT THE ENTRANCE OF WAWEL CATHEDRAL

A question about living dinosaurs
Well, I believe dragons and dinosaurs are the same things, just with two different words for the same kind of living animal. Now, I wonder, how did they come to the conclusion that the bones are of Jurassic age? Are the bones even fossilized? Have the bones ever been taken down from their chains and been thoroughly examined? What scientists "proved" the bones to be "Jurassic" bones? Where are these bones located? Why were they believed to be dragon bones? Is there a story behind the bones? Are there anymore sources for your information? And most of all, what kind or genus or species of dinosaur have the "bones" been assigned to? Waiting for answers!
31st December 2012
DRAGON BONES HANGING AT THE ENTRANCE OF WAWEL CATHEDRAL

Visit Krakow, Poland
We were relating the information that our guide had given us. We were enjoying the mythical dragon story that generations of Polish parents handed down to their children. We did not interrogate our guide on the veracity of claims given to the bones. We accepted that what they said was true. We truly didn't care one way or another. It's a great story. I suggest a personal visit to see for yourself. Maybe you too will be enthralled with the magical and mystical world of dragons, to the extent that the bone composition and origin will be irrelevant. Sorry I don't have the information you are seeking. I am sure the answer can be found on the web.
31st December 2012
DRAGON BONES HANGING AT THE ENTRANCE OF WAWEL CATHEDRAL

Visit krakow, Poland
We were relating the information that our guide had given us. We were enjoying the mythical dragon story that generations of Polish parents handed down to their children. We did not interrogate our guide on the veracity of claims given to the bones. We accepted that what they said was true. We truly didn't care one way or another. It's a great story. I suggest a personal visit to see for yourself. Maybe you too will be enthralled with the magical and mystical world of dragons, to the extent that the bone composition and origin will be irrelevant. Sorry I don't have the information you are seeking. I am sure the answer can be found on the web.
12th December 2011

Kokoda Maps
The Kokoda Track is an important part of Australian history. It has left its mark on the Australian people and is rightly now, within the last decade or so, being recognised. Peter Brune's book 'A Bastard of a Place' is the recognised authoritive book on the Australians in Papua. It is a very fine read and this movie does a good job at portraying this important period of Australian history. Kokoda Maps
21st August 2011

WAY TO GO, FRANCINE!!!!
BEAUTIFUL PIX OF THE EVENING AND BRIDGE HIKE, ANGIE. HOW EXCITING! MAYBE SOME OF THE INCOMPLETE PHOTOS CAN BE SEEN BETTER IN PERSON IN SEPT??? LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE BEEN HAVING A GREAT TIME AS ALWAYS. . . WANTED A PIX OF YOU BLOWING A DIGGERIDOO BUT, ALAS, CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHING! :)
21st August 2011

YOU'RE A WINNER IN MY BOOK, ANGIE.... OR JUST AN ENTRY SOMEWHERE IN THE DSM-IV!
:)
16th August 2011

Thanks Rory!
I am glad that you enjoy reading my adventures, sometimes seeing a place from someone else view opens new opportunities. Ciao
2nd August 2011

Amazing!!
I have been following you on your trips (thanks to Adam!) and I must say I have been living my vacation fantasies through you! Although I have been to Auckland and Sydney, your adventures have been enticing me to go back and explore. The pictures are simply amazing! Take care and keep on posting! =)
1st August 2011

Earthquake!
I hope Frangie has a great time -- watch out for the earthquake! Keep us posted!
27th November 2010

Bridge
The bridge in the 6th picture is not the Dragon's bridge (Slovenina - Zmajev most), it's the Tromostovje as we say it in Slovenian language.
3rd August 2010
SLOVENIAN FLAG

pic no.18
err ... wrong. it's a flag of the city of Ljubljana.
16th March 2010

Could use some hints
Angie, You just blogged about a trip we are taking mid-Aug. I have been trying to plan the segment from Oslo to Bergen, with the side trip across the Sognefjord. We plan on flying into Oslo and staying two nights, then train to Balestrand, ferry to Flam, train to Voss, then to Bergen. We board the steamer in Bergen heading North on 11 Aug. Does this itinerary sound doable? Love the photos and commentary! Mary
2nd September 2009

Alexandria Warehousing
Alexandria Warehousing I can't believe there is a Baskin Robbins there.
29th August 2009

Glad you had a great time!
Hi Angie, so your trip is finally over, I read your blog avidly! I had a good time in Turkey with a great bunch of people, the weather was good for ballooning in Goreme and I also did some paragliding too. You must be exausted after such a long trip, but as you say, so many wonderful memories! Take care, Miriam x
From Blog: ICELAND AND HOME
24th August 2009

Glad you are back!
Angie, Welcome back! I have enjoyed your blogs and the pictures!! Thanks for sharing your adventure! With all the exercise you got over the past 135 days you will be the "poster child" for the Wellness Program!!
From Blog: ICELAND AND HOME
24th August 2009

WOW! NICE PICTURES, ANGIE. SORRY YOU DIDN'T SEE ANY.... HOBBITS.

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