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... dogs and tamales so we could try the authentic taste of a Chicago dog. We were not let down, they were delicious, I loved that the french fries were included as topping along with the peppers, pickles and sauce.
It was hard not to get settled and make today a repeat of yesterday's backyard marathon but the pull of Karen's beloved New Orleans Saints was too much. Almost immediately upon ...
... they had their ceremonial ice water dumped on the band members. It was really cool, because I was there to witness it. This is something that very few people get to be a part of and will be a part of their history as long as they are remembered.
I am going to post the video here if the travelblog will allow it.
KISS and Def Leppard
... timeline of events, broken down by specific country (UK, France, USA, Germany) - a supplement to the previous chapter, really.
In the Service of One's Country. An introductory look at the nature of the various military forces (and branches of service within them) and intelligence organisations for the major powers (UK, France, USA, Germany) with a little on civilian roles in ...
... History and Fantasy. Topics covered are - The Old School Job (aka A Dungeon Crawl is just a badly planned Heist), The Old School Fight (allowing multiple simultaneous combats to be run simply), The Dungeon Fixer's Guide (Guidelines for creating and running Quests), The Quest Generator (by the numbers die roll guide to Quest creation); Cursus Honorum: Roman Drama (Ancient Rome in 4 pages), The Kingdom as a Character (as it says), ...
... It was noon and I saw they had pork tenderloin sandwiches so decided to order lunch. It was very good and so nice to eat a PT. I was really looking forward to that.
After lunch we rode into Indianapolis and saw the downtown...so many sites. The center of town and saw the Soldier And Sailor Monument. We drove down the cobblestone road in front of James Whitcomb Riley home. It was gorgeous, but ...