Monthly Archives: April 2011

I’m getting SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO tired of this…

I have spent all day today at home, waiting for the internet repair person to call and say he was coming with a new router. Well, actually, I was gone for 10 minutes to the store for milk and some … Continue reading

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Chasing Crabs

The other night we weren’t very hungry, so we went out to the Civil Aviation Club for a beer and spring rolls. After almost 4 years in Kuwait, it is still a novelty to actually be able to go out … Continue reading

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Gift From the Sea

It was not a good morning for octopi………… I found two of them with their shells on the beach this morning. It was the hottest walk I’ve ever taken on the beach.. I couldn’t believe that there was no cooling … Continue reading

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Save Japan…

Monday night we attended a benefit concert and auction for Japan.  It was held at one of the big hotels here, the Intercontinental.   I heard that they planned to set out 600 chairs… when we arrived, the concert was almost … Continue reading

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Busy Days Ahead

Beach walk again today – have to remember to wear my hat from now on – it’s getting warmer. I was searching again for a paper nautilus – found some pieces of much larger ones. It must be birthing season … Continue reading

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Found One!

A paper nautilus shell, that is. Yesterday morning, Snoopy and I went again to the beach for our walk. It was a lovely day; a bit cloudy with a light sea breeze. Not to many people there either. The tide … Continue reading

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“One of the Prettiest Villages in France”

the subtitle reads on the tourism booklet for Moustiers Sainte Marie.  I think they have it right on….. and very interesting as well. There are traces of habitation dating back 30,000 years (no, I didn’t get too many zeros in … Continue reading

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