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Also.............Clue #2 does remind me of Paradise.......Just another blip!
I guess only Mary knows. You'll soon recover your "blog" legs and be right in the thick of things. I don't have much of anything to offer concerning the clues, but I DO enjoy everyone else's ideas. Imagine your ESP will rear it's Hawaiian head again soon.
Perhaps the "fig" leaf is a reference to garden of Eden. There is an Eden Prairie, MN.......Just a thought:p
DB, Cami, Ed....I want you all to know that you are the best "sleuthers" ever and I am amazed at all the ideas and information you give us. You're the best!:p
Yes, I do enjoy cooking for all the family, but it's getting to be just the 2 of us more and more. Seems like everyone is so busy with different interests My boys don't live close so it's mostly my daughter and her 4. They are 21, 19, 14 and 12. Daughter is a nurse and occasionally is on call so the youngest ones do stay now and then. They live out in the country and go to a country school until they reach 9th grade. We've never rented a car so don't know about the expenses. Just thinking one wouldn't have to drive, stop to eat (or pee) or get a motel (although they do leave the light on for you). Relax and watch the scenery. gnite Cami
We often have 8-10 here for meals so your whole family would be no different. What are the ages of your kids? My daughter has 4 and my boys have step children and step grandchildren, so the stinkers made me a great granny Rags!! They're all pretty special and so are you.:* I don't think I would fly.......taking a train with a sleeper might be fun. Would save lots of wear and tear on the car not to mention the mind. Speaking of a sewed-on heart, my sister had a heart transplant at the UW Medical Center in Seattle in 2001. Pretty cool, huh?
Tis the same at my house Cami........Any fool can cuss and fornicate but it takes a good man (woman) not to. Such a simple thing!
Time to drag out some of your entrepreneurial skills------One could hire a world class ski instructor to conduct a "ski school" (try saying that fast-5 times). Would probably have to hire a full time cook and housekeeper but I imagine the dorm and the other living quarters would be well used. Just a thought for those of you trying to put all the room to use. I, personally, wouldn't have 12-16 relatives and friends around at the same time so guess it would have to be my fellow bloggers............AND I love you all!!
The ski dorm seems rather large. I'm guessing the beds might be queen size and not the traditional "bunk bed" type. What do you think?