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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Sarah and Scott

Rodina Mat. Mother of the nation (or something). I believe it was, at one time, the tallest free standing statue in the world. At least it was back in the mid-1980s back when I used to read the annual Guiness Book of World Records. I also at one point knew the man who wore the largest beard of bees, the tallest woman, and the fattest twins in the world too. But now I guess I'm just bragging.

Anyway, Monday was a US holiday, so the Embassy was closed. We went on a bit of a walk around the city, which included a stop at the Rodina Mat. We hadn't been there yet.


Scott played tour guide at St. Sophia.

And story time guy later at home with Jack

They leave tomorrow for the Netherlands to meet up with some friends from their time in Argentina.


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