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May 31, 2008


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Nancy L

Jerry, thank you so much for blogging. I'm so envious of all of you and know that this was an incredible week. Give my love to Palma and Gail.

Nancy L


I also have really enjoyed reading this blog during your trip. I knew I'd be envious of what was bound to be a memorable week with the Slow Travel group in Montisi. What a memorable experience it must have been for you. Thanks for sharing and allowing the rest of us to get a peek at where you've been and what you've seen.

Barb Cabot

It sounds like a lovely place. I'm so glad for you that you had this time with the fellow slowtrav friends. I'm sure these memories will always be special and magical. Can't wait to see more of your photos. Safe travels home Jerry and big thank yous for keeping us in the loop.


Jerry, it sounds like you and Paul had an adventure you will not soon forget.

I join the others before me in thanking you for "keeping us in the loop" in your travels.

I hope you have a safe trip home.


I have also enjoyed your blogging while in Italy. It was one of my treats of the day to find a new post about your time in Italy. I am glad it all went so well. Fly safely.


It has been a brilliant trip . . . not without its hitches but we managed to deal with them. I think that these are part of the adventure. We seem to be traveling slower and slower every time we get away. Beautiful!


no major incidences??
I dare say that clutch will never be the same! At least there are no scratches and the doors seem intact.
Home tomorrow- Brilliant indeed.


Sorry to hear that you have to come home, I've enjoyed your blogging (and living vicariously through your trip reports!) Montisi sounds lovely.

It sounds as if you and Paolo had a fantastic time -- I look forward to seeing your photos on future blog posts!


Sandi, Sandi, Sandi, a burning clutch isn't an incident in my book. Last time we were in Italy we scrapped off all the lights from the side of the car - that is an incident. I guess in my book a major car incident is a visible one! LOL

It was a swell trip sandra. Now to deal with all of the post trip 'stuff'.

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