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... happen! I guess Delta is just cutting costs. The views out the window of the plane at sunrise were striking hues of red backlit with light. It was still dark when we landed. The airport was just waking up as we departed the plane. Of course we landed in A concourse and our flight to Nashville ...
... minutes were settled into a nice open field without the questionable trailers surrounding us. From there we grilled out and enjoyed a nice relaxing evening after what ended up being a nine and a half hour trip versus 7ish. Morale of the story, Go With The Flow.... and do the Jack Daniels tour tomorrow. P.S. Not only did we see a rainbow but I found a penny heads up (at the first RV site) - I am a lucky girl and Mike is a luck boy to be with a lucky girl:) to be ...
... should take up painting while we have some extra time here, so we've painted the shed and the shutters in a nice shade of red - two projects off their list whether they wanted it or not.
In between the kids work (Joe's a teacher at Siegel Elementary) and Keli's school schedule (working on a degree in Graphic Arts), we've talked a lot and likely driven even more going to the stores ...
... steps of Noorderkerk, church. The floors are slabs of stone that are graves. There was a children's school choir performing. I thought of Katie, my niece, as I watched the director.
Susan declares that "Amsterdam is more breathtaking than Paris". It is quite interesting. One building had 1602 on it. We went to a cheese shop for bread and cheese for dinner. We stopped at another market for milk and ham. Susan likes MEAT on her sandwich. We are so tired ...
... By that time, over 24,000 casualties had been suffered and unusually, only 6,000 were captured or missing. 18,000 soldiers had been killed or wounded which represents 1 in 4 soldiers.
For me, this was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War and gave the North a solid foothold in the South..
The battlefield is in a very nice setting, although much of it has been developed. the area at the centre of the clock ...