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Trip to Nicosia…..Moore…Scott Moore

So yesterday I made a trip to Nicosia with Nancy. I had received an invitation to the US Embassy to celebrate the 4th of July and the 243rd anniversary of the founding of the United States. The event was actually … Continue reading

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Last Full Week in Polis

This is out last full week in Polis. Bill leaves for Greece on Monday and I leave for PA a week from Friday. It is also the point in the season where we go from feeling like everything is under … Continue reading

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Saturday Chip Day

Since I have been a little behind on my potato chip research, I decided to double up this afternoon. I thought I would also provide everyone a little glimpse behind the curtain to the large scale operation that is potato … Continue reading

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Hello My Old Friends

So Wednesday Bill and Amy spent the morning looking at EF1 (current work), EF2 (previous work), and EG0 (future work…maybe). This meant that I was at the apotheke by myself. This also meant no earphones and loud music (AC/DC, Def … Continue reading

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Back to the Apotheke

Yesterday we ran into Larnaka to pick up Amy at the airport. We stopped at Zygi for lunch on the way back. The fish restaurant we always eat at was closed, so we had to pick a new one, but … Continue reading

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Quiet Weekend

So, it has been a quiet weekend at Polis. The weather has been perfect – sunny, no clouds, just a hint of a breeze, and 75 degrees or so. So, since the weather was so good, I spent both days … Continue reading

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Friday at the Apotheke

Not a lot to report, we have been working hard at the apotheke on a couple of projects. Our main goal has been to finish our work on the small site of EF1, which we started last summer. So while … Continue reading

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