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Bonifacio, Corsica

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: bev

(June 21st, 2012)

We are thinking of vietnam in the fall. Can you contact me at bparslowca@yahoo.ca

Sartene, Corsica

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: Sharon B.

(June 4th, 2012)

Hey, we made it on your blog - what an honour :). Just dragging ourselves in the door after a day of cycling hilltop towns on Gozo, Malta. Hot! Steep! the Med is great for cool dips along the way. We were cycling up 45 degree roads that went for kms. Unbelievable. Nice to get home for the night but great day! Malta is easy to navigate with English their second language, ferries great and food good. xo Sharon B.

Cassis, France

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: Glenna

(May 9th, 2012)

I remember those places. Beautiful countryside

From: Sharon B.

(May 9th, 2012)

NICE! Cassis is one of my favorite towns on the coast too - I get it! I almost fell off the top of the cliff beside it when I went running for a view one time and went sprawling right by the edge with no fence of course :) Did you get to read "Last Rays of the Sun`` about Glanum and the Roman and Celtic battles there I can`t believe you biked up to Les Baux! That`s crazy - and would be hot with no trees really. Looks like a lot of fun - we`re almost there!

From: Ken Neale

(May 10th, 2012)

Cassis is a fabulous seaside town. I loved it when I went there too. Also, I had some Vinsobres wine, available here and very good!

From: Carel&Bruce

(May 11th, 2012)

Happy Birthday Bev!!! Cheers, B&C

Die, France

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: Lori

(May 1st, 2012)

Looks like you are continuing to have a fabulous time! Back in NV the weather remains cold and wet. Your old house sold again and the wisteria has finally won its battle with the fence. ;)

From: barb

(May 7th, 2012)

I'll try this once more.. couldnt send it before! glad to see you are having another memorable time.. guess where old barb juat returned from... NYC (a blast) and Montreal!

From: Gail

(May 8th, 2012)

Happy Birthday Bev,Hope your day and year ahead is full of sunshine, good food and wine,friendship and fun.

Amsterdam

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: Sharon B

(April 28th, 2012)

Awesome, Larry, can you also turn water into wine? We are now counting on you for Corsica - we'd like 48 bottles over 7 days. Gorgeous colours but it looks more than a little cold and blustery (Ikea) but beautiful - colours - and congrats on your new ve Hicle! xoxo

Paris

From the Trip: Europe 2012

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From: Nicolette

(April 23rd, 2012)

Hi Bev and Larry, Great to have a place in the Marais. It's fun to see a bit of the old city! I went to a French patisserie on Broadway but I think it misses je ne sais quoi. Enjoy the day and Amsterdam is also pas mal!

From: Pat and Anne

(April 23rd, 2012)

Great to hear from you and thanks for sharing the great photos of wonderful Paris in the Springtime! Hope all works out with your van etc.

Hoi An, Vietnam

From the Trip: S.E.Asia

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From: Chiara

(March 27th, 2012)

Hi DeborahI actually have saeervl USB mics for different uses and a really good non-USB in my studio. Here's the menu:Travel: I'm loving the Studio Projects Little Square Microphone which is just that.Little and square. Its the ultimate in portability which I like for easy packing and it sounds great.Desk: I have a Samson CO 1U on my desk for quick auditions and a Blue Snowball on my desk at home which I use more for Skype than anything else.Studio: I use an AKG 414 which is nice and warm and suits my voice. It's a condenser mic that runs off the phantom power in my mixing board. Not cheap. They cost about $700I havent tried the Mic Port Pro but its a great solution if you want to plug an upgraded condenser mic into the USB port of your computerThanks for your comment! Susan

Hanoi, Vietnam

From the Trip: S.E.Asia

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From: Thea

(March 25th, 2008)

The journal/photos are fascinating! You could publish a book!

From: Lori

(March 28th, 2008)

Gorgeous photos! What a great adventure! You look so tanned and healthy. I am looking outside the window at the snow falling here in North Van. You picked the perfect year for your trip. Bring some sun back with you please.

From: Marianne

(March 30th, 2008)

Thanks for keeping us informed; beautiful photos and description on your travels. Spring break is almost over for those of us working (!) at schools. Keep on travelling; we're enjoying your holidays!

From: Dominique

(March 30th, 2008)

Superbe encore une fois... si Pierre voit les "noodles everywhere" il va tout de suite prendre un billet d'avion pour Hanoi!

From: Ali

(March 27th, 2012)

Trying to use this code in a very long-running CGI script as a ausivl confirmation that the script is not hung. Script flushes its output repeatedly in order to insure Apache server serving it out does not time out waiting for the CGI script to complete.CGI initially outputs manual progress bar setup early in the page, and as soon as that part paints, I want the 0% bar to be visible. manualPB2 = new JS_BRAMUS.jsProgressBar( $( element1 ), 0, {animate: true,showText: true,barImage: Array( images/bramus/percentImage_back4.png', images/bramus/percentImage_back3.png', images/bramus/percentImage_back2.png', images/bramus/percentImage_back1.png'), } );CGI next outputs two separate AND EMPTY lists side-by-side.CGI then loops thru a list of several hundred data items and uses JavaScript to write elements to one or the other of the lists. This fills in the lists, and that part WORKS and no, I'm not asking for help on that part. On each loop thru the data, the CGI script calculates the current percentage completed, and when it outputs the newest element, it also outputs a call to your setPercentage() function to set the percentage complete.For example:setSelectOption( UL-DLT-SERVICE-MGT', LEFT_SIDE');myJsProgressBarHandler.setPercentage( element1 , '70 );setSelectOption( UL-DLT-SERVICE-TEAMS', RIGHT_SIDE');myJsProgressBarHandler.setPercentage( element1 , '73 );So as the select lists fill in, the progress bar increments.BUT The progress bar doesn't seem to move at all until all the writes in the loop are output, and then it starts producing incredibly large NEGATIVE values for the percentage and looping, filling in the bar RIGHT to LEFT (the negative?). In the past 25+ minutes it's made it to -73K and still going strong.What am I doing wrong?

Vientiane, Laos

From the Trip: S.E. Asia 2012

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From: Sharon B.

(February 29th, 2012)

Fantastic! Had caffeine too late so up at 12:30 Tues night - and your blog just popped in - perfect timing! 'Looks awesome - could you smell tea or coffee in the air? You're getting closer to Burma it appears :) So glad internet easily available - Our gain! Take care, xo Sharon B.

From: Julie H

(February 29th, 2012)

That breakfast looks divine.

From: Marianne C.

(February 29th, 2012)

Just woke up and looked outside: snow! Then your blog was in the inbox with your great pictures ending with your 'best breakfast': coffee, croissants and fruit platter - I'll order one of those! No need to apologize about sending another blog, we're enjoying your trip and descriptions. Hugs, M.

From: julie H

(February 29th, 2012)

It's snowing here this morning...

From: Mae Papp

(February 29th, 2012)

I'm offin the morning for Palm Springs. Enjoying your blogs.

From: Bev P

(February 29th, 2012)

Love your room! It may be the bedroom inspiration we've been looking for as we reno our E 2nd property. Stay safe!!

From: Pat and Anne

(February 29th, 2012)

Thanks so much for your great updates of your travels in an amazing part of the world. We're back from S.A. and enjoying the snow fall this morning!!

From: Beste

(March 27th, 2012)

salut Paco!desole de repondre tadirvement, nous avons eu un progrmme tres charge depuis que nous avons quitte Vientiane!Nous avons quitte Bangkok il y a quelques jours, nous sommes desormais en Inde, a Darjeeling plus precisement. C'est une ville dans les montagnes, pres du Nepal, a plus de 2000m d'altitude. Du coup, il fait beaucoup plus froid, nous mettons des pulls. Nous allons raconter tout ca sur notre blog tres bientot.Passe le bonjour a ta classe de notre part!

Chiang Mai, Thailand

From the Trip: S.E. Asia 2012

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From: Anne and Pat

(March 23rd, 2012)

Thanks for the update and great photos! Are the garbage cans made from a recycled material? Look forward to your return...hope that we've seen the end of the snow....hailed yesterday!

From: Sharon Brubacher

(March 23rd, 2012)

Great zip into your current world - what was the story of the boat launch house resort. You only allude to it :)

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