Brick House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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We slept in late, which was good. We had a six hour drive home. Oh no, six hours with Garmin and Kim telling me how to drive. Because it was a holiday weekend, there were a lot of cops on the Ohio highways. After a few close calls, I slowed down a little. After I got through Columbus, I turned Garmin off. I could not find the off switch for Kim, so she back-seat drove for most of the trip!!!
The trip now takes two days off before we head out to Alaska. Stay tuned, we will be ...
Last year, when we were in a tent at 13,000 feet, Kim had a bad case of altitude sickness. We had been power driving for two days to get into the Himalayas. Kim doesn't like camping and long drives. The altitude sickness didn’t help. As she was lying in a cot feeling sick, she told me she was planning the trip next year! She picked Alaska! She allowed me to have ...
... wait until next year. The 7D Mk II worked nicely. I want to give it a try before we took it on vacation.
It was a great race. There was a lot of passing for the lead. Overall, it was a fantastic experience – sights and sounds. It was great to be there in person and it was great being there with mom and ...
Hmmm. You may have noticed that I attended the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500 a few years ago. During both World Wars, there was no racing in America, so there was less than 100 races in those 100 years.
The events leading to the Indy 500 were not looking so good for the Indycar series. At the beginning of the season, Indycars got new bodywork and the first races were excellent. There was talk that the speeds would approach the record set ...
For the last year, myself, ten other undergraduate students, and three advisors have been living, learning, and fundraising together in preparation for our 10-day trip to Germany this month! Eleven days from now we will be en route to Berlin, Fussen, and Munich to compare the more metropolitan areas of the country to the more traditional Bavarian areas.
To prepare, ...