Making progress…Continue reading “TLR: Sudan”
I’m so ready to move on to another challenge and that means I need to get these behind me.Continue reading “China and India: I can’t take it anymore”
I’m passing on The Longest Route (TLR) between South Sudan and Sudan.Continue reading “TLR: Abyei”
Coming down the home stretch on this challenge…Continue reading “Virtual Great Wall: Yumen City”
I was going to post something else but then I realized this would be going up May 27.
Which is a sweet girl’s birthday (Hi Libby Lou, I’m not sure if you even remember me, but I wish you the best of birthdays even so!) …Continue reading “Remembrance”
It was just after dark when I noticed the first set of flashing lights. That turned out to be EMS for my next door neighbors.Continue reading “Late night misadventures”
I’m interrupting the weeks and weeks of pre scheduled posts because …Continue reading “Interrupted”
As I reach 88% on this virtual challenge, just a few postcards remain. This one arrives to brighten my morning…Continue reading “Virtual Great Wall: Jiayuguan”
The other day I hit 1750 days on Duolingo. Perseverance/stubbornness… potayto/potahto.Continue reading “Round milestones”
By this time tomorrow I’ll have crossed over into Ethiopia!
Actually by the time this posts I’ll have long since crossed but you know. Magic of scheduling, because I had those trips planned. No worries I’ll be back to “real time” shortly.
Anyway, I might have to look for an Ethiopian restaurant for this one. So far most of the recipe calls for spices I can’t readily get or wouldn’t use often enough to warrant the investment. Or they start with saying things like, you’ll need (something I’ve never heard of) but no worries that’s readily available in your local Ethiopian food store.
My whatnow? No. I don’t think they understand my problem. I don’t even have a local Ethiopian restaurant.
I haven’t given up yet though. There’s time, there’s time, to decide whether or what to make.
Still, progress on the map is encouraging!