Post by Nick Odell Post by Sally Thompson Post by Mike Post by Vicky Ayech Post by Mike Post by Penny
On Sun, 04 Aug 2019 08:06:23 GMT, Mike
in the dust...
Post by Birthday Monitor
Birthday News for today, 4 August: Betty Tucker.
Mike hasnt even mentioned it!
Mike hasn't been heard from for a very long time - neither has Roy.
I think Vicky and Mike should come back with Umbrella and help the
Saint to run riding for the disabled as her project when she failed to
get onto the vicar course.
I was surprised Alan said he'd been expecting her to return for it, as
if he approved. I don't as she is a nosy and bossy cow. Not suitable.
But maybe he just said nice things knowing she will fail.
Alan saying he expected her to return is not the same thing as approving or
condoning her decision; no doubt if asked, he may have offered his views to
Shula but I’m sure his ‘duty’ would require he encourage anyone rather than
Eggzactly. I think anyone who says, as Shula did, "I think I'd make a good
vicar" would be unsuitable just by that statement.
This seems a suitably unsuitable place to jump in and say I'll be
maintaining radio silence for a couple of weeks - but don't think for
a moment that I won't be watching you! I absolutely refuse to let my
phone know my Google Groups password - or any other password, come to
that - so I'll be in receive-only mode until we come back.
We are leaving Buenos Aires tomorrow morning and flying with
Flybondi to Jujuy and after a couple of days moving on to
Cafayate and then to Salta and Tucuman Before we come back to
Buenos Aires on the train - the same one American writer Paul Theroux
travelled on in his book "The Old Patagonian Express" and which he
called Estrella del Norte - we will spend a night at at astronomical
observatory high in the Andes mountains where the stars are very clear
but the nights are very cold! We are taking lots of camera gear for
that but can't vouch for the results we'll get.
Please don't hold a General Election 'til I get back!
Translated from Argentine Spanish slang it means "flying bus."
"y" pronounced like the soft "g" in Geronimo
which are pronounced just as you would expect :)