Monday, 20 December 2010

Great News!

After all we have been doing lately we have even more to tell you. We are expecting our first baby in July 2011.  I am ten weeks along and doing great. We are really excited. In our excitement we went out and bought a cute stuffed animal for the baby. We have started calling the baby Baby Plothow or BP for short. Lyndon just suggested we name it Godgifu which means gift of God in Old English. If anyone wants to use that name they are more than welcome.

Baby Plothow's first stuffed animal!

Northern England/Scotland Trip

While we are here in England we decided to do some traveling. We took a week and ventured to the Peak District, Lake District, Edinburgh, Scottish Highlands, Inverness, and York. We traveled about 1400 miles in five days mostly on small highways. It was quite an adventure.

We took off monday in a little Ford Fiesta we rented. The first thing we had to get used to was driving on the wrong side of the road. We are still alive! Driving on the wrong side of the road really was not that bad. The first day was a little shaky but the rest of the trip Lyndon drove like he has always driven on the opposite side of the road.

Driving on the wrong side of the road.

Our first day we drove from Cambridge to the Peak District where we visited the Chatsworth House. Our google map directions led us far astray, luckily we had a map. We got there but the sun had already gone down. The nice man at the entrance to the garden let us into the garden for free. It was designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It is one of the finest examples of the English Garden. Capability broke away from the Italian tradition of making gardens square and symmetrical. He made the garden appear spontaneous and natural. We saw the rock garden, maze, geyser, as well as many statues.

From the Peak District we made our way north up to the Lake District where we stayed in a B&B by Lake Windermere. We passed the Preston Temple on our way there which we did not expect to see. The B&B we stayed at was so nice. The owners kept the house nice and toasty. It was fabulous! We woke up to a full English breakfast which includes baked beans, bacon, sausage, eggs, toast, mushrooms, and tomatoes. It keeps you full for quite a while. The Lake District is the center of the Romantic movement and home of many of the Romantic poets such as Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley. Beatrix Potter spent most of her life in the Lake District as well. We saw a Beatrix Potter museum with murals of all her beloved children's stories. It was like stepping back into our childhood. We drove around Lake Windermere on tiny curvy roads with the a speed limit of 50 miles. It was a roller coaster ride. The scenery is inspiring. It is no wonder many writers during the Romantic movement journey to the Lake District. We visited William Wordsworth's house, Dove Cottage, where he wrote his most famous poems. To keep his children's room warmer his sister plastered newspapers to the walls. The newspapers are still there fully intact. It was neat to see all the articles from over 100 years ago. The land played such an important part in Wordsworth poetry. Lyndon enjoyed hearing Wordsworth poetry recited and seeing how the poetry reflected the landscape it was written on.

Reliving my childhood with the tale of Jemima Puddle-duck at the Beatrix Potter Museum in Windermere. The Lake District.

Dove Cottage, William Wordsworth's home in Grasmere. Part of the Lake District.
That day from the Lake District we drove north to Edinburgh, Scotland. We stayed in an old mansion built in the 1700s. It was really cool. There was a tiny sign next to the road then you had to drive back into the woods on this snow covered path before getting to the Mansion. We had the nicest room in the place. We drove into Edinburgh that night and saw the city. The next day we decided to travel up to Inverness, Scotland which is the capital of the Highlands. We drove around Loch Lomond up around Loch Ness all the way up to Inverness. The drive was beautiful. We drove all through the Scottish highlands. We even saw some of the Highland cows which look like yaks. We enjoyed seeing Loch Ness. There was not much tribute to the Monster though. Inverness was beautiful. The city was decorated for the holidays. They have a castle over looking the city.

Kirkhill Mansion where we stayed in Edinburgh. We loved it there!

Lyndon at Loch Ness looking for Nessie.

We saw something in the water. 

Loch Ness.

 Beautiful Inverness, the capitol of the Highlands.

The Scottish Highlands.
The next day we toured Edinburgh. We saw St. Giles Cathedral where Sean Connery was knighted, old parliament, the Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh Castle, the Queen's palace in Edinburgh, Parliament, etc. It was really fun but really really cold. We had to leave early to get to York where we stayed our last night. On our way to York we stopped and saw a remaining part of Hadrian's Wall. We had to jump a fence into a sheep pastuer and walk up a hill to see the wall. We have now seen all of Hadrian's remaining monuments. In Athens we saw Hadrian's Arch and Libaray.

View of Edinburgh. 

Edinburgh Castle.

Delicious English breakfast. 

We made it to York late. Lyndon went into the city center and looked at the massive cathedral they have there that night. York is an old medieval town with and old wall that is mostly intact. The castles are still the same as they were hundred of years ago. The cathedral is the largest Gothic medieval cathedral in Northern Europe. While we were there the organ was playing Christmas music. We had to leave York early to make it back to Cambridge in time to return the car. We made one last stop in Ely to see the cathedral there. The Ely Cathedral demonstrates the three Gothic styles as well as the Romanesque style. It is magnificent. We made it back to Cambridge in time to return the car. It was a successful trip.


Thanksgiving this year was lots of work. We decided to host Thanksgiving for all our American friends in the UK this year. We also invited everyone in our house who wanted to come. We ended up having 25 guests for Thanksgiving. It was wonderful!

Lyndon and I cooked for two days straight to prepare this feast. We ordered a 30 pound turkey from the butchers. My Miniature Schnauzer, Moses, could have fit inside the turkey. We were really excited. Lyndon picked it up and had to carry it the two miles from the butchers to our house. We made the usual Thanksgiving food: rolls, turkey, gravy, stuffing, cranberry jello, sweet potato casserole, and of course pie. We made ten pies. We attempted to make pecan pie but failed. The grocery stores do not sell the key ingredient to pecan pie, corn syrup. We bought golden syrup which looked like the closest alternative to corn syrup. Yeah, instead of pecan pie we had pecan pie soup. It still tasted good but not quite the same. Everything else turned out great. We got many complements on our cooking, so we can check this off as a success. 

Our delicious feast. 

All of our wonderful friends who came.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Lyndon's Birthday

Lyndon's birthday was great. We spent the day walking around Cambridge looking into some interesting shops. We made a stop at the University store and Lyndon picked out Downing cufflinks for his birthday. That night we celebrated by eating delicious Indian food and yellow cake with chocolate frosting. A bunch of our friends from our house came and celebrated Lyndon's birthday with us. One of our friends, Julian, brought out his guitar to sing happy birthday and some other songs. Overall it was a great day.

Our friends who came to celebrate with us.

Here's the video of Lyndon's birthday song. Enjoy!

Friday, 19 November 2010

English Fall

Cambridge is beautiful right now. All the trees are shedding their leaves sprinkling the ground with the colors of fall. The only color the leaves are missing is orange. A few of the collages have vines growing up the sides of the wall that have turned red. The colors are stunning.

In front of Kings College Cathedral.

I a great opportunity to go to London and visit Parliament and the Churchill War museum. There is a group I discovered for new comers so visiting faculty and families of students. They have weekly meetings and many groups and activities to get involved with. Parliament is amazing. The architecture is fantastic. The buildings are all done in the neo-gothic style. Pugen was the architect for rebuilding parliament after it was burnt down. The entrance is the oldest standing building. It has been around since before Henry VIII. There has been a building on Parliament's site for a thousand years. The decor is fantastic. I was amazed. The two main places on our were the royal robing room, the house of Lords. There are three colors used in Parliament: blue for the royalty, red for the lords, and green for the commoners. When the Queen comes to visit once a year they have to carpet the whole building in blue. The House of Lords is completely red. All of the carpet, furniture, etc. The House of Commons is all green. Yesterday the House of Commons was having elections but we did not get to see the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Being a political science major I was loving it. The Churchill War Museum was interesting as well. The museum is where the Churchill War Rooms are. Its where Churchill's head quarters were during WWII. Most of what was there during WWII is still there. The museum also had a exhibit devoted to Churchill. You could probably spend a month and still not get through all the information on Churchill. 

Halloween went by without to many festivities. The British do not really celebrate Halloween. Lyndon and I carved some pumpkins and we were going to put them out on the front porch and our wardens asked us not to so not to offend anyone. Later we found out they do not celebrate Halloween. We kept the pumpkins in our room until they started to mold. We did not realize they were molding. They molded quickly too. We carved them on Monday and had to throw them out on Thursday. Our ward put on a murder mystery dinner for Halloween. It was really well done and the food was great too. We also went to Halloween formal at St. Edmund's College. Every weekend the colleges have formals which are just fancy three course meals. Everyone dresses up and it is a good way to make contacts. The formal was held in the great hall of the college and since most of them look like castles it felt more Halloweenish. I had fun at all of our Halloween activities but I miss the American way of celebrating it. I went to this lecture and this person tried to say that Halloween is not an American holiday. Yes originally the Halloween tradition was in Ireland and Scotland but America has taken the holiday and modified it. Lyndon and I agree it is an American holiday.

Our awesome pumpkins. Lyndon's is on the left and mine is on the right.

Lyndon's supervisor is the great great grandson of Charles Darwin. He is pretty excited about that. They are going to discuss the creation some time. His supervisor's office is located in Trinity College. If anyone is familiar with the movie Chariots of Fire the epic race that took place in the beginning of the film took place at Trinity College in the square where Lyndon's supervisor has his office. That film is one of my parent's favorites so I enjoyed seeing the square. 

I went to the World Premiere of Harry Potter last week in London with a couple of friends. It was a lot of fun. We stood outside in the cold for ten hours waiting to see Harry Potter. It paid off because I got to see the wizard himself, Harry Potter! Plus his side kicks Hermione and Ron. And his arch nemesis Draco Malfoy. I also saw Kingsley Shackelbolt, Arthur Weasley, and Dean Thomas.  I got to hear interviews with most of the characters from the film. The entire Weasley family was at the premiere. Voldermort showed his face as well. When they announced Voldemort was in the house everyone cheered. I booed because he is pure evil! J.K. Rowling was there  too. Lyndon and I need to go see the movie now. We have to watch the sixth one again before we the Deathly Hallows. 

At Leicester Square in London waiting to see Harry Potter.

We got a calling. We are the Faith in God teachers for the primary kids age 8-11. We meet twice a month and work on different activities with them. Our first activity was this week. The activity we planned was on setting a budget and tithing. The kids are rowdy but at the end I believe they took away something from our lesson. Some of the rowdy ones at least answered the questions correctly. Our ward is really great and we are happy to become involved. 

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Can't You See Us Bashing Around London?!

Hey Everyone,

Now that you are updated on all our travels we can update you on Cambridge.

Cambridge is the ultimate college town. The colleges are the most important things in town and own most of town. Cambridge has a total of 31 colleges spread through out the city. Each college has their own separate campus. Lyndon is a member of Downing College. He chose Downing for its law tradition and the classical architecture. The greatest legal historian of all time, Maitland, was a scholar of Downing. It is right in the heart of Cambridge with close access to everything. Lyndon's favorite building is the library but he loves that the chapel is in the center of campus. The campus is wide open so it makes you feel like you are on an estate out in the country side. Their symbol is the griffin (Gryffindor!) and their colors are black and magenta.

St. Paul's Cathedral. Wren's epic masterpiece.

So far we have mostly been settling in. We live in a building that is only for international students. Our flat is not to far from Downing which is great. There is a great diversity of nationalities in our building. We are the only Americans. It is fun to talk to the other tenants and hear about where they are from and what they are studying. Our wardens are the nicest people. There is a great atmosphere and everyone is really nice. There usually is one activity a week that everyone is invited too. So far we have attended a movie night and a meet and greet.
Lyndon is doing his MPhil in Old English. His official program is called Anglo-Saxon Norse Celtic Studies (ASNC). His area of emphasis is Old English specifically legal texts from 950 to 1050 A.D. Right now he is taking two classes: Latin and Anglo-Saxon History. He is also auditing a rhetoric class. Today Lyndon is going to matriculate. Matriculation is the opening ceremony for the academic year. It involves taking a picture with the other grad students and signing his name in the official annals of Downing College. Very exciting!

This past weekend we went to London. It was my first time actually getting to see London. Up until then I had only see the train stations and the airports. We started at Buckingham Palace. It was amazing! They did not have a change of the guard scheduled that day so we did not get to see the guys in the funky hats. We walked down to West Minster Abby. There was a statue of Abraham Lincoln close to it. Then from there we walked to Big Ben and the Parliament buildings. I enjoyed seeing that land mark. We saw St. Paul's Cathedral. The architecture is absolutely amazing! We walked down by the Eye of London and the Globe. We will go see a play there soon. We met up with friends from BYU, Peter, Tim, and Brian, and saw the Imperial War Memorial Museum. We took a bus from London to Cambridge that evening. As we were leaving London we passed the Tower of London and London Bridge. We were able to see everything we wanted to see that day and made mental notes of what we wanted to do next London trip.

Everything is going well so far. Lyndon is getting into his classes and I am kind of getting to know Cambridge better. We have been going running and that helps me familiarize myself with the city.

Thursday, 7 October 2010


Hey Everyone,

Before Lyndon and I went to Cambridge we went on our honeymoon to Greece. Here is what we did on our trip:

I conqured the Minotaur.

Lyndon with what could be the statue of Perseus holding the gorgons head.

Athens! It was not what I expected it to be. We did a lot though. Thursday we got into London I think around 1 pm. I am not sure. The flight was good. Neither one of us slept very well. I watched one of the movies and then kept dozing in and out of sleep. Lyndon threw a blanket over his head and I did not see his face again until we landed. When we got to London we had to check in with immigration so they would let us in to the country. We had no problem with getting our luggage which saved us a lot of hassle. After we left the airport we took the tube down to Kings Cross station. I saw where platform 9 3/4 should be (Yay for Harry Potter). We ended up going all the way to Cambridge that day. We called our warden and we were able to move into our apartment. Cambridge is beautiful! From the train station we walked all the way to our flat. That was fun! But really it was not. Both of us had two suitcases plus our backpacks. We did get to see a lot Cambridge though. Our warden and his wife are the nicest people. They have been to Tennessee! We are the only Americans living in our apartment complex. All the other students are from Bangladesh, China, Romania, Italy, Israel, Pakistan, Malaysia, and many other places. We went to dinner that night to have a authentic English meal. They had some different things on the menu. Have you ever heard of a oven baked jacket? We have come to find out it is just a baked potato so nothing exotic. Then Lyndon took  me around Cambridge and showed me some of the different colleges and cathedrals.

The Parthenon.

 Jet lag is not fun. We had to get up at 4:30 am to make the train to the airport. Both of us slept the whole way on our flight to Athens. I woke up in time to look out the window as the plane was flying over some of the islands. It was beautiful.  Then once we got the Athens we walked around for a long time. We got to see some fun stuff. The Acropolis where the Parthenon is located is beautiful. It sits on a hill over looking the whole city. We went to a Greek restaurant and had some delicious Greek food. The Greek salad was our favorite and we have been eating it just about every day since we got back. We saw the Archeological museum, the acropolis museum, tons and tons of places. Our legs now look awesome from all the walking we have been doing. Athens is built upon the ancient ruins. In the  Monastraki district there are walled off areas in the middle of the plaza, and when you look down in the pit there are ruins. Every where ruins. As you walk into the Acropolis Museum if you look down you see ruins underneath the walkway. Also we ran into the "Fun Police". In the archeological museum I was going to take a picture of Lyndon behind one of the headless statues and one of the museum employees came over telling us no funny poses are allowed. The Greeks take their heritage very seriously.

Welcome to Athens.

Our third day in Athens we finally made it to the Parthenon. It's awe-inspiring. Those Greeks sure knew their aesthetics. There are several other really well preserved temples. The Temple of Zeus has a few pillars still standing. The Thesseon (a temple to Hephaestas) was built about the same time as the Parthenon, but it is still mostly intact. Only part of the roof has caved in. The temple to Nike has been rebuilt several times and is still standing almost complete. They are in the process of restoring/renovating the parthenon which both of us think is a really good idea. Seeing the parthenon just makes you realize the genius of humanity. The whole complex reminds of the Roman forum but many buildings are still standing. Down from the Acropolis is the Agora. It is the ancient city center of Athens. The Temple of Hephaestus and the Temple of the Winds are both located there. The landscape in that area looks very similar to what Israel looks like from the pictures. There are many olive and fig trees. There is a rock we passed where the Apostle Paul gave a famous sermon. We took a trip down to the coast line in the afternoon to Piraeus. It is not really tourist friendly except if you are taking a ferry to any of the other islands. They do have a couple of massive cathedrals. We were able to go inside one and see the priest praying. The decor is amazing. So beautiful. There are paintings and everything is decorated with gold. We made a friend while we were there. We ran into this man about three times who kept asking for money. He was harmless but after the third time we ran into him we were ready to end the friendship.

View of Athens.

 The rest of Greece was pleasant. Delphi was beautiful. The town is located on the side of a mountain overlooking a valley of olive trees and the Corinthian Peninsula. Delphi is special because the oracle of Delphi was located there and it was called the center of the world. Tuesday we traveled all day from Delphi to the island of Zakynthos. We had planned to visit Olympia but we had to skip it because it was too far out of the way. We took the bus from Delphi to the town of Itea by the ocean. The Mediterranean is beautiful. The water is so blue. Then from there we traveled to Patra and then from there to Kalyissos hopped on a ferry and arrived on Zakynthos.

The view from our hotel room in Delphi. Stunning!

On the boat to see the Blue Caves and the Shipwreck Cove.

Zakynthos was our last destination, so we were happy to finally make it. Wednesday we went on a boat up the island to shipwreck cove. We had time to go swimming. The water is beautiful and crystal clear. So much more so than the gulf and nicer but colder. Then we went and saw the blue caves on our way back. They are just small alcoves were the water has eroded the rock away. On our last day we went on another water excursion this time to see the green loggerhead turtles that Zakynthos is famous for. We went on a yellow submarine; part of the boat was under water with windows so you could see under the ocean. It was pretty cool. Sadly we did not see any turtles. We did see giant jelly fishes called Medusas and more beautiful scenery. Then that night we flew back to London.

Getting ready to swim at ship wreck cove.

Us aboard teh Yellow Submarine on our way to Turtle Island!

 We had another long journey to Cambridge. We ended up having to stay over night in St. Pancras station across from Kings Cross station. Surprisingly we had a great time. We survived without sleep thanks to Starbucks hot chocolate. We caught the 5:45am train to Cambridge and finally made it back to our flat by 8am. Then to Lyndon's orientation where they explained how easily it is to start a fire and get robbed. Lovely.

St. Pancras Station at 4am.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Married Life

Hey Everyone,

Since Lyndon and I have been married all we have been doing is traveling. Our first excursion was from Utah all the way to East Tennessee. It was a fun trip. We kept entertained by listening to Dracula on tape. We started on Monday and made it to my parents house by 4am Wednesday morning. We were exhausted but happy to be out of the car. Our first few days in Oak Ridge were busy helping my parents get the twins and Ellen ready for college, the house ready for our reception, and entertaining Eston's Japaneses exchange student. Thursday evening Lyndon and I went with my family to pick up my brother Eston's Japanese exchange student. It was a fun evening meeting all of the rest of the host families and Japanese students. Eston's student name was Kenta. He is from Nakamachi Japan, one of five kids, likes frogs, and Abercrombie and Fitch. An hour after that my sister Bethany left for Pennsylvania for her first semester at Bucknell University. Her twin, Leslie, and my dad went with her.

Saturday was our Tennessee reception. The Plothows made it safely to Oak Ridge from Utah. My Mom's friends and family all pitched in to help make the house look beautiful. Many people showed up that night. It was fun to introduce Lyndon to some of my Dad's family and my friends from home.

The following Monday Lyndon and I took my sister, Ellen, back to school in North Carolina where she attends Salem College. Her school is very unique. It was settled by the Moravian and is the oldest women's college in the United States. Leslie came along with us. We had a good time singing Disney songs. Leslie drove all the way back from Salem to Oak Ridge (it was her first time driving that far. She did great!). We listened to the Graveyard Book on CD. It is not scary like it sounds.

The following week we left for Chesapeake, Virginia. On our way there we made a stop in Washington D.C. We were able to go to the temple in the morning and spent the rest of the day seeing all the sights at the mall. I enjoyed the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and Lyndon's favorite was the Jefferson Memorial. We stayed with my Aunt Sabrina and her family. Uncle Gaston took us down to Norfolk and showed us around the naval base. The naval base there is the biggest in the United States. We saw an aircraft carrier, a couple of submarines, two helicopter carriers, and several destroyers. Plus in the water we saw jelly fish, crabs, and a sting ray swimming around. We were able to go to the beach one day. We saw lots of fish and possibly a baby shark. We are not sure if it was. All we saw is a long fish that was carnivorous. Our last day we spent at Historic Williamsburg. William and Mary College is located right next to Williamsburg. We took a look around and toured the Wren building. Lyndon especially enjoyed going to the Cheese Shop. He says they had some really good sharp cheddar. We took Grandma Barron back with us to Tennessee. We really enjoyed the drive back listening to the fourth Harry Potter book on CD and talking with Grandma.

Leslie left the day after we got back from Virginia for school. That night we stayed up and watched Legally Blonde. We had some good laughs. We helped her get packed for school. She is attending Tennessee Tech in Cookeville, TN. My Dad is from Cookeville and much of his family still lives there.

Labor Day weekend we were able to go to the University of Tennessee's first football game of the season. My Uncle Danny had a few extra tickets so my Dad, Lyndon, and I went. Grandma Barron got us all Tennessee Vols shirts and hats. Lyndon looks good in orange :-) The UT game was awesome! I have never been to Neyland Stadium before. It was great to see the whole stadium fill up with orange.

Go Vols! Good ole rocky top, rocky top Tennessee, rocky top Tennessee.

Before we went to the game we went to the Knoxville Zoo. My family likes to go the zoo a lot. There is a bronze tortoise that we always take pictures on. It is tradition! Every time we go we take a picture on it. Lyndon was able to get a picture for himself on the tortoise.


Labor Day we hiked Mount LeConte in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. The hike is ten miles round trip. The five miles up to the summit is up hill the whole way. Thanks to Leslie we hiked up to the top in 2 hours and 15 minutes. I now call  her Leslie Trail Blazer Dunn. She walked the whole way up the mountain like it was nothing. I work out and I thought the hike was a 8 out of 10. Lyndon liked hiking by Alum Cave and walking up these steep stairs through a mini cave. I enjoyed my 11 year old brother, David, challenging Lyndon to a arm wrestling match. We did not see any bears. There were signs everywhere saying that bears live in the area. Mom was happy about that we did not see any bears.

My brother David, Lyndon, me, and Leslie "Trail Blazer Dunn" at the summit of Mount LeConte.

Lyndon was able to experience a Oak Ridge High School football game. I was so happy to go. It has been so long since I have actually spent time in Tennessee. I used to go with my friends most Friday nights to the football games. They lost but Lyndon caught a awesome Oak Ridge High School football t-shirt.

I was able to get back in to swimming a little bit. There is a group that meets three times a week called Swimming Women. Mom has started doing it so I went with her. It was so good to swim again. I have missed swimming so much.

Our last week in Tennessee Lyndon and I did some more hiking. We went back up to the Smokies to Cades Cove where we hike to Abram Falls. It was not a hard hike compared to LeConte. The trail was right along the river the whole way. Driving through Cades Cove we saw lots of deer, some wild turkeys, and a red crested wood pecker. No bears though. I really wanted to see a bear. Our last hike we did on the Appalachian Trail (also known as the AT) to Charlie's Bunion. David said that was his favorite hike. The drive up to the trail head was beautiful. We did not hike all the way to Charlie's Bunion but we still hike six miles. At the trail head is where President Roosevelt dedicated the national park. The platform is still there and it is the North Carolina Tennessee border. The view was beautiful. Trees for miles and miles.

Us on the AT (Appalachain Trail)!

Getting our visas took longer than we expected so we did not get to go to Egypt for our honeymoon. We ended up leaving a week later than planned. Our visas ended up getting mailed to the Plothows in Utah. We did not get them till the day we left. Instead of Egypt we went to Greece.

We both really enjoyed getting to spend time in Tennessee but we were ready to move on to our next adventure.

Sunday, 3 October 2010

Welcome to our Blog

Hello Everyone,

A little about ourselves: We were married on August 14, 2010 in the beautiful Salt Lake Temple. It was the most wonderful day. Since then we have been travelers going across the country to Tennessee for a few weeks before we left for the UK. Lyndon is studying at Cambridge this next year in a MPhil program. His is doing his research in Anglo Saxon Norse Celtic Studies which means Old English (what the English spoke from 550 til 1066 AD). I am finishing my bachelors degree from BYU in political science. I am able to do some independent study classes while we are here in Cambridge (thank goodness for the internet). Since being in Europe we have traveled to Greece and back to England. Right now we are getting settled in our flat and getting ready for Lyndon's classes to start.
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