Almost time for our trek south….

…. but first we hope to welcome Camy, arriving at Schiphol Airport tonight. Camy, our ‘little’ niece from Romania, will be staying with us for a while, trying to escape the gloomy situation in the old Eastbloc country and maybe even building a new future here. Help us cross our fingers for her !

But first, she’ll accompany us to the Alps where we’ll try and have some much needed quality time after a pretty bad year. Recharge batteries, work on some new ideas and projects and get some fresh mountain air.

On another note, Ben Gurion Airport by David Rosenfeld is almost ready and all preparations have been made for a launch. Just waiting for the final two bgl’s now and then a last test. Stay tuned !

By the way, I am typing this on my super-duper Quadcore that is having problems. Yes, again. Last time I buy a PC from that outfit, I can tell you. This thing has had even more problems than the previous (dual-core) one. The next one will be home-built again.

This just fits to the rest of the year of course. The year in which Nina’s father died and where I lost most of my income. Getting used to that, mind you, this is the second time in 5 years that that has happened. It is just that time is running out on us. Oh well.

So for 2011 we’re hopeful of finding new ways to generate some income, hoping Dad will hang in there for a while longer, hoping that Camy will find a new future, and hoping that ALL OF YOU will have a STELLAR and above all HEALTHY year !

Now, if we could just have a day of clean roads next Tuesday, that would be grand!

Next message will be posted from our eagle’s nest. See ya !!

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