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Wednesday, 15 October 2003
una fetta di pizza con il prosciutto affumicati e l’ananas per favore

White Stork of Alsace

These creatures, the white stork of Alsace nest on the chimney pots. In our winter, they fly south to North Africa, returning in spring when they deliver little babies to pregnant Alsatians. 

On the theme of voyages, I heard from dylan again today. You hear nothing in 5 days and then you get 3 emails in the space of an hour. Regarding my question the other day about the woman in a red rain coat he tells us:

VERY GOOD WEBSITE! I FEATURE I SEE! MOVIE I’M TALKING OF IS “DONT LOOK NOW”, BUT YES ALSO THOUGHT OF HANNIBAL WHEN I WAS THERE AND NOW IN ROME.

He is having a ball. The pizza and ice-cream sound delicious, and he is telling us all kinds of interesting facts, such as:

that st peters is so big (biggest church in the world) that the next 28 biggest churches in the world could fit inside it!

and so much more. dylan is half-way through his European tour. Next up he is off to Switzerland and the Cote d’Azure.

Clarification: flank has pointed out that the significance about that story of the mercury in fish is that

after the first research on lead someone else came out and said that lead in fish was not too bad as it was in a different form.  This piece is a rejoinder to that.

flank had pointed me to another article about this issue back in April 2003.

Posted by bigblue on 15/10/2003 at 12:45 AM
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