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The adventures of Fe & Chris

A few points…

We have finally managed to get our act togather and some photos on the blog - there is a new page (to your right) with a few photos to prove we┬┤re really somewhere exotic. Some of the olkd posts (and new) have also been added to, so please have a quick look!

Another thing is that our mobile phones are not finding reception in Guatemala so we are not getting any of the lovely text messages you may have been sending us. Sorry about that!

Oh, and just to let you all know, the corrections for my PhD have been accepted, so I have now (almost) officially finished! Yippee!


  Mike wrote @ June 13th, 2007 at 12:15 pm

Very good, I’m a pictures kind of guy you know!
I must say that hat looks an almost perfect fit, is that book you’re reading written in Braille? And doesn’t Fi do a wonderful impersonation of a ventriloquist’s puppet, I can’t see you’re lips move at all Chris.

  Chris’s Mum & Dad wrote @ June 14th, 2007 at 7:41 am

Christopher - Did you buy that hat in York?
Fiona - don’t put your feet in a sink again!
Mike - sorry I didn’t include you in the ‘hellos’ but you hadn’t sent a message. So hello to Mike. I can recommend his pictures to all, the painting we have of his was one of the very first pictures we hung in our new home. Now, about those biscuits Mike, I seem to recall that they were my biscuits that you ate, and my tea that you drank while writing e-mails on my computer to your friend in the chilly south! Gutted, indeed!!!
Thanks to Lachlan for explaining about turkey vultures, Christopher took all his bird books away so I don’t have anything to look them up in.

  Mike wrote @ June 17th, 2007 at 9:14 am

Hello to Chris’s Mum and Dad and thank-you for your wonderful endorsement. I hope life is good down in York and that the floods have passed you by without incident. Great to hear the painting is gracing your new abode. Personally I think the first thing everybody should hang in their new home is one of my works. To be admired thereafter while eating a jolly nice biscuit.

  Chris’s Mum & Dad wrote @ June 17th, 2007 at 11:50 am

Hello Mike, yes the floods passed us by, we live on high ground and a good way from the river. However at lunchtime today we were going to picnic in one of our favourite parks by the river in the city centre, but found ‘our’ seat covered by water! It must have been at least 1.5 m higher than normal - and this is June!
Message from Christopher this morning says they are in Antigua - well I thought that’s the Carribean, then I google searched and found there is an Antigue in Guatamala as well.

  Keir wrote @ June 17th, 2007 at 1:38 pm

Hello all. What is this thing about biscuits. I thought my mum owned the copyright on “mother buscuits”. I can’t believe that other mothers make buscuits. Chris is that still a Keir cut or have you had it done again? It looks affie short - if it was me - sorry! I do wonder where all the bird pics are - or for that matter how many pics in total have been taken

  Keir wrote @ June 17th, 2007 at 1:38 pm

oops, sorry for my biscuit spell Fee

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