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We Woke up at 5:00 am everyone took a shower the boys took 5-8 minutes the girls took 10-20 minutes. we left the hotel at 7:00 am and we ate at a cool cafe by Tafalgar Square. We saw Westminster Abby, Big Ben, the London Bridge, and the Tower of London where they used to torture people. We didn't have much time in London. Our flight was at 12:00. We got to the ...
... those kind that clap on and off? Well, I'm much too young for one of those, but I sure love the one I bought! It turns on when it's touched...gets brighter until the 4th touch and then it turns off. Drop in sometime and I'll let you play with it!
We left TX to join Florence's nieces and nephews in Tulsa, OK for a visit and an Easter brunch. Robyn joined us for a day of play in a nearby town where we found a plants and herbs street fair going ...
Today was a long drive day. We made stops along the way for breakfast, lunch and Starbucks which helped the trip go by. We left Milwaukee and headed west for Madison, where we had breakfast at Cracker Barrel. Cracker Barrel is a must on one of our family road trips. After breakfast we drove around the state capital building and then back onto I-94 towards Minneapolis. Lots of corn and other ...
... contagious disease and I am slightly worried that we will be singled out at airport security as potential bio hazards! Anyone sad enough to have an atlas may notice that we seem to be missing a big chunk of America out in our journey from coast to coast. Not so. Over the next two weeks we will go back and fill in the blanks of South Dakota and Wyoming. We are going to Minneapolis today to ...
... the border making our way slowly across the states. The US felt so special. We could finally be in wild spaces without being afraid. There was no longer that persistent threat of banditos coming to rob us because we were foreigners. I could go running by myself along isolated paths and not be stared at or hooted at. We spent a lot of time in the Rocky Mountains, walking around, climbing rocks, and enjoying summer. We ate a lot of sweet corn. It all ...