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Re: [Ayreton] Live from Chinngis Khan International Airport

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  • Wendy Pastrick
    Wow! sounds like the trip of a lifetime! Can t wait to see pictures too :) Jale ... From: kateslists@comcast.net To:
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      Wow! sounds like the trip of a lifetime! Can't wait to see pictures too :)

      Jale

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      From: "kateslists@..." <kateslists@...>
      To: Ayreton@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2008 3:23:58 AM
      Subject: [Ayreton] Live from Chinngis Khan International Airport

      yes, really. Nick brought a computer and we've got wireless in the airport:)

      Mongolia is beautifull! So far, we spent a day in Ulaanbator and 3 in the Gobi desert. We're in the airport getting ready for a flight to Bayan Olgii - that's the western state where we'll see the eclipse.

      The Gobi was cooler and greener than we thought it would be. That's probably because we were graced with one of the bi-monthly rainstorms the night we got in. The Gobi is packed sand and rocks. We got out to the flaming cliffs and actually saw a couple dinosaur bones that are still in the rocks. We also got out to some sand dunes, rode comels, and went to the Yolin gorge.

      have fun at Pennsic
      Bojei



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      Dear everyone:

      A very, very big thank you to everyone from Ayreton who made us
      visitors from afar so welcome at Sunday's almost four hour long dance,
      music, and singing shindig at Ida Noyes Hall. We had a wonderful time,
      we really enjoyed meeting you all, we really appreciate everyone
      coming out to make us welcome, and we once again warmly thank you all
      for your Barony's hospitality.

      I alas will not be at Pennsic, but Lady Jadwiga (Teleri's
      successor x2 of the Cynnabar Collegium Musicum choir) and Lord Aaron
      Drummond (co-founder of Ritornello, Cynnabar's early music ensemble
      and dance band) will be at Pennsic, camping with the Barony of
      Cynnabar and doing as much music as can be fit into a Pennsic. And
      until music and song and dance bring us together again, fare thee all
      well. :-)

      With gratitude,

      - Peter, Jadwiga and Aaron

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      Jeffrey Huo, MD PhD
      Department of Pediatrics
      Washington University School of Medicine
      St. Louis Children's Hospital

      jeffshuo@alumni. northwestern. edu

      Dear everyone:

      A very, very big thank you to everyone from Ayreton who made us
      visitors from afar so welcome at Sunday's almost four hour long dance,
      music, and singing shindig at Ida Noyes Hall. We had a wonderful time,
      we really enjoyed meeting you all, we really appreciate everyone
      coming out to make us welcome, and we once again warmly thank you all
      for your Barony's hospitality.

      I alas will not be at Pennsic, but Lady Jadwiga (Teleri's
      successor x2 of the Cynnabar Collegium Musicum choir) and Lord Aaron
      Drummond (co-founder of Ritornello, Cynnabar's early music ensemble
      and dance band) will be at Pennsic, camping with the Barony of
      Cynnabar and doing as much music as can be fit into a Pennsic. And
      until music and song and dance bring us together again, fare thee all
      well. :-)

      With gratitude,

      - Peter, Jadwiga and Aaron

      ------------ --------- -

      Jeffrey Huo, MD PhD
      Department of Pediatrics
      Washington University School of Medicine
      St. Louis Children's Hospital

      jeffshuo@alumni. northwestern. edu

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