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Thursday, 17 September 2009

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Thank you for once again killing me with the crazy mad homesickness for a place that hasn't been home for over four years. I'm really not dying for New England winter to start, but I can't wait for my Christmas trip back.

My mom lives right across the street from the Seaside. And thanks for teaching me the English for moi and aholehole.

Albany Jane

the whole fish look delicious! what a treat. When I get fish cooked like that whole I tend to chomp through the bony bits, heh heh.

Rachel @ boots in the oven

Aw, but at least you're heading back in December! I can't believe we were right across the street from your mom.

How long were you in Hilo?

Rachel @ boots in the oven

AJ, Logan ate the tail! Perhaps I should have mentioned that... he loves them, says they're like fish crackers.

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Three years in Hilo proper, on the coast for twelve. I built a house about five miles up from the scenic drive.

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