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... embarrassed. Shame on you, paradise.
I finally outran the conveyor belt and crossed over the Florida-Georgia line. At some point Jessica had joined me in the drive and was eager to jump out of the car to get gas and stretch. I ran inside to use the bathroom. While I used the facilities, two middle-aged women in separate stalls next to me animatedly discussed bear hunting. While waiting behind them to wash my hands one of the women giddily asked the ...
We were married by a justice of the peace at a courthouse in Coral Gables (while we were in town for a conference that was to be held in Orlando) 11 years ago. Giubert Sanchez and Minerva Sanchez served as legal witnesses although Nancy Sanchez, Juan Sanchez, Jill Loaiza were also present and Kina Heard came by also. This was a planned event. lol
However we had our church ceremony in Caracas (performed by ...
Going to Key West, almost 800 miles away, isn't something you just do on a whim. A couple of months ago as I was reading posts on the BMW owners group of Ga forum I saw a guy writing about doing a Saddle Sore ride of 1000 miles in 24 hours. Not knowing anything else about it and being interested enough to reply, I found out about the Iron Butt Association (IBA) ...
I know this is a blog about my motorcycle trip to Alaska, but since my daughter is getting married in less than 48hrs, I believe that deserves at least a mention as well. Despite all the planning that has been consuming my mental resources and time, I have also been anxiously awaiting the arrival of May 23rd when Georgia Grace will be getting married to AJ Pendleton at the Kensington Mormon Temple outside of Washington, DC.
No matter how much I try, I don't believe its possible to fully convey to you who read this blog the enormity of the time I spend thinking about or doing things related to my Alaska trip. I am sure there are things that occur that I don't include in my writing as a result of my ADHD brain being overwhelmed with competing ideas and inputs from here at the house or the myriad of loose ends I am working on tying up before ...