Friday, January 22, 2016

Northern Route


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Is it phase or faze?
FAZE/PHASE. “Faze” means to embarrass or disturb, but is almost always used in the negative sense, as in “the fact that the overhead projector bulb was burned out didn't faze her.” “Phase” is a noun or verb having to do with an aspect of something.

Pack like crazy, and I hope for mild weather the whole trip.

SSue