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November 21, 2017

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Margo

New Zealand was one of our favourite "travel" experiences. Sounds like you are having "adventures of a lifetime" for the memory bank and heart. The "bikers" so remind me of Sean, he would have been in 7th heaven challenging the trails. A common site when he was bike racing, rain or shine it was the thrill of the ride. You will have great paintings to display through the Art Club or in your new home. A "travel" wall through art..

Karen

The view from your deck is still beautiful. The pizza looks wonderful, and very worth donning the rain gear and trekking over to the dockside for it. Neat to have some of your art supplies along....handy to have along for days like this. I don't recall seeing one of your spider paintings before. Intriguing

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