My sister asks:
Q: Did your dehydrator survive the trip back from the States, Dorothy?
A: Yes! I’m so happy to have my that and my other things about me!”
Q: What else did you bring back on this trip?
A: Well, I packed the dehydrator trays with my tai chi and yoga DVDs to sell. And I brought my juicer, finally, wahoo! So now I can make wheatgrass juice again! And curtains – pretty ones are so hard to get here – and soft sheets, which are difficult to find, and seeds, poppy seeds! I’m gonna cover my land with red poppies! Pumpkin, which they don’t have here, lettuce and kale, some great pots and pans – a gift from Clare; my little DVD player and photo screen-player, a few clothes from the thrift store, some liquid stevia, coconut crystals, diotamaceous earth, an air popcorn popper, my boots, tennis shoes, a filter for my ionizer, two doors for my cacoons, some zheng gu shei, mosquito nets – much cheaper in the States, and a bunch of other little stuff…and my chai bo – that slicer you got me, some silverware, earrings, can you believe it! This is like Christmas! And few essential oils and make up for my friends here.
Q: Did Security question you about anything?
A: Upon going through the X-Ray machine, the Ecuadorian Customs definitely searched the bags, but only handled the filter for my Ionizer, and the small bag of sprouted bread, ha ha and Wahoo! I love Ecuador! Even the Security guys are always so nice to me. I love them.