Comments for SETTLES.ORG - "WAY OUT" http://www.settles.org/wayout Musings about life across the big pond by Burr and Natalie Settles. Tue, 07 Aug 2007 15:22:40 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.0.6 Comment on Feeling Continental. by Burr http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/09.feeling-continental.html#comment-43 Fri, 18 May 2007 19:02:09 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/09.feeling-continental.html#comment-43 Thanks Rachel!! We miss you guys, too... but we'll be back in Mad-town in less than a week. Noah must be gettin' pretty big by now! Thanks Rachel!! We miss you guys, too… but we’ll be back in Mad-town in less than a week. Noah must be gettin’ pretty big by now!

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Comment on Farewell, Cambridge. by sarah http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/18.farewell-cambridge.html#comment-42 Fri, 18 May 2007 19:01:53 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/18.farewell-cambridge.html#comment-42 we're looking forward to having you back too. bon voyage! we’re looking forward to having you back too. bon voyage!

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Comment on Feeling Continental. by Rachel http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/09.feeling-continental.html#comment-39 Fri, 11 May 2007 03:08:30 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/05/09.feeling-continental.html#comment-39 Sigh... sounds like you had a wonderful time!!! Your stories bring back memories for us - when we went to the Netherlandsthe first time, we visited a lot of the same places - Rotterdam and Leiden, with a side trip out to the sea, then a day in Bruxelle on the way back to London. Except I think you may have seen the inside of a lot more bars than us. :) Then on our second visit, Eric and Elisabeth went to Amsterdam with us. Thanks for posting the video and photos of you and E & E. We miss you guys and are looking forward to your return. Cheers, Rachel Sigh… sounds like you had a wonderful time!!! Your stories bring back memories for us - when we went to the Netherlandsthe first time, we visited a lot of the same places - Rotterdam and Leiden, with a side trip out to the sea, then a day in Bruxelle on the way back to London. Except I think you may have seen the inside of a lot more bars than us. :) Then on our second visit, Eric and Elisabeth went to Amsterdam with us.

Thanks for posting the video and photos of you and E & E. We miss you guys and are looking forward to your return.

Cheers,
Rachel

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Comment on Miscellany. by Amy Curl http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/27.miscellany.html#comment-31 Mon, 30 Apr 2007 17:55:54 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/27.miscellany.html#comment-31 What a lovely treat to read all the fabulous entries; thank you so much for sharing these tales of your adventures with everyone!! Godspeed during this last 15% of your English/UK/European tenure. Peace and Light... What a lovely treat to read all the fabulous entries; thank you so much for sharing these tales of your adventures with everyone!!

Godspeed during this last 15% of your English/UK/European tenure. Peace and Light…

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Comment on Craigelachie + ‘S Rioghal Mo Dhream. by Mark http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/24.craigelachie-s-rioghal-mo-dhream.html#comment-29 Tue, 24 Apr 2007 15:46:34 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/24.craigelachie-s-rioghal-mo-dhream.html#comment-29 Wow, those are beautiful panoramics. I hope we get to Scotland some year for vacation, it's one of our long-term goals. And I can't help but read this post with a bad Scottish accent running through ma heed. I da kna why. Wow, those are beautiful panoramics. I hope we get to Scotland some year for vacation, it’s one of our long-term goals.

And I can’t help but read this post with a bad Scottish accent running through ma heed. I da kna why.

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Comment on Visitations. by Matt http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/18.visitations.html#comment-28 Thu, 19 Apr 2007 18:57:49 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/18.visitations.html#comment-28 Actually, I was flying solo for the first Susheaster in Seattle. I headed off to my favorite sushi place in Kirkland (I think...been a while, it was 1999), sat at the Sushi bar, and blew far too much $$ on an absolutely delicious meal. Burr, you had the pleasure of being at the first Susheaster of Friends. Also, there have now been two Susheasters in Columbus, OH, attended by folks in town for Alan Moon's Gathering of Friends. Your sushi pictures are making me hungry... Actually, I was flying solo for the first Susheaster in Seattle. I headed off to my favorite sushi place in Kirkland (I think…been a while, it was 1999), sat at the Sushi bar, and blew far too much $$ on an absolutely delicious meal. Burr, you had the pleasure of being at the first Susheaster of Friends.

Also, there have now been two Susheasters in Columbus, OH, attended by folks in town for Alan Moon’s Gathering of Friends.

Your sushi pictures are making me hungry…

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Comment on Visitations. by Mark http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/18.visitations.html#comment-27 Wed, 18 Apr 2007 23:55:44 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/18.visitations.html#comment-27 Yay for Susheaster! Just found your blog the other day, it was great to catch up with what you're doing and seeing in England. I should start blogging more again... Yay for Susheaster! Just found your blog the other day, it was great to catch up with what you’re doing and seeing in England. I should start blogging more again…

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Comment on Cambridge Coffee + London Gig. by Eric Everman http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/06.59.html#comment-23 Fri, 06 Apr 2007 20:35:12 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/04/06.59.html#comment-23 Great story, Burr! I guess its experiences like these that convince people to keep the day job and keep the music a hobby. Great story, Burr! I guess its experiences like these that convince people to keep the day job and keep the music a hobby.

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Comment on London Fawming. by Tim Wille http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/03/26.london-fawming.html#comment-18 Mon, 26 Mar 2007 18:15:47 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/03/26.london-fawming.html#comment-18 Hey Burr, may I echo your sentiments. It was a unique and highly memorable day, and I felt very privileged to be a part of it! Hey Burr,

may I echo your sentiments. It was a unique and highly memorable day, and I felt very privileged to be a part of it!

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Comment on Bath, Stonehenge, and Time Warps. by liz http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/03/25.bath-stonehenge-and-more.html#comment-17 Sun, 25 Mar 2007 22:31:43 +0000 http://www.settles.org/wayout/2007/03/25.bath-stonehenge-and-more.html#comment-17 yay! more Potter references :) I'll have to re-buy the first two to see Diagon Alley again... Seems like quite an educational weekend trip, looks very peaceful there. yay! more Potter references :) I’ll have to re-buy the first two to see Diagon Alley again…
Seems like quite an educational weekend trip, looks very peaceful there.

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