Monthly Archives: November 2016

Chapter 400

Monday morning, Vicky and I were crossing the Bay Bridge to Washington in a new armored Suburban. This one was to be mine from now on; it had the hidden light package and the works, including heavy dark tinting on … Continue reading

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Chapter 399

The lines were gone at the customs check-in; I put all my bags on the counter. “Ambassador, do you have anything to declare, did you buy any antiques, weapons, gold, silver, or jewelry?” “No sir, I have nothing to declare. … Continue reading

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Chapter 398

I slept like a rock until 6, then dressed and finished packing. I could smell breakfast cooking as I made my way to the kitchen. A big old mug of the hot marine coffee finished off breakfast. I was sending … Continue reading

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Chapter 397

The days were counting down fast now; on Friday Gordon and I went to another official function at noon and then another gala at the German embassy. The food was great; the band played a much larger variety of music. … Continue reading

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Chapter 396

I had asked the cooks for a cookout tonight because the weather was supposed to be nice. I called to check on the food and to make sure that Linda had set all the cameras on the place to record. … Continue reading

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Chapter 395

We had plenty of conversation on the flight back to Kampala about today’s trip. We tried to make plans for them to continue receiving whatever assistance I could put together after I went home. I thought some things would work … Continue reading

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Chapter 394

The Doctor decided he wanted the container next to other two. The driver struggled but finally got it in place. With the doors opened it was a nice unit, clean and ready to use. The driver immediately left to go … Continue reading

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