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I arrived early and was the 2nd person through the door as it opened at 9:30 a.m. The buildings are handsome, with lots of granite and limestone. The atrium was quite large, and the docents were quick to welcome us and get us moving through the admission ($9.00) process. We were quickly herded into a comfortable auditorium in order to see a short introductory movie on the President. ...
... were just not able to do while camping. I was looking forward to running again too, again this is difficult on the road due to no showers, elevations, climate etc. Nice to chill out for a bit before we hit the craziness that is South America, I'm not concerned but will be a culture shock... can't ...
Today we began our 6 day trip to Texas and the FSU Football game at the Cowboy's Stadium in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Once again brother Alan was our taxi to the airport. Check-in went smoothly as I had the TSA Pre Check approved pass which is a good thing. Sally did have to wait but no problems. Now sitting airside with an hour before boarding. At 11:05 we were seated on a Southwest Air 737. I by ...
We took the day and traveled to College Station, Texas to watch our Bama softball girls roll over the aggies!!!!! Took in Kyle Stadium and just enjoyed family time watching sports. This was chloe's first sporting event and she loved it!! She has sports running through her veins!! ...
... and it just goes on and on. We spent 4 hours there and except that it was like a meat locker in there, we could have stayed longer. I had to leave and Nick was in there and hour and a half more than I was, but I spent my time going along the path that leads you to where they will be buried (their young daughter Robin is buried there) and there is a lovely pond and a huge sculpture of horses running over a part of the broken Berlin Wall. A beautiful setting.