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... from Williamsburg. My cousin and I also had time to go through some family pictures and such. He has become the family historian perhaps a bit reluctantly. But he is doing an excellent job, along with his many other scholarly jobs. And of course he is still working on the grounds of his home. All in all it was a great visit. Steve and I will always be grateful for all the effort and warmth we received from Charles and Pat. Tomorrow we board the California Zephyr for home. Bye for ...
... then go sit down and talk to this girl for about five minutes, maybe ten. Depending on the sorority, these conversations were either very awkward or great. After ten minutes another girl would come up and take over. Every time the girl I was talking to would say "this is Lisa, we were just discussing..." So on the first day on average I would talk to three to four girls and they would strategically move about the house so we were not sitting in the same place ...
... room at the airport. The bag did finally arrive by courier just after 5:00 a.m. the following Tuesday after we got home. I was a little apprehensive when we opened it, because although we had carefully wrapped and packaged the bottles of raki and olive oil, I still fully expected some breakage in handling on a journey of that length. We were delighted to find that everything was intact!
About two weeks after arriving back home we received a postage paid package ...
... time. The heat here is different; 90 degrees in Chicago is usually extremely humid. I now understand what dry heat means! I think I prefer the dry heat over the humidity. It’s not so sweaty ;) The drive into the foothills was incredible. I have never seen the Rockies before so I was pretty anxious to see some mountains. Everything was pretty flat at first, and then, out of nowhere, in the distance I noticed something that could ...
... River in the eastern Rockies, a pleasant but not widely known area. La Poudre is Colorado’s only designated National Wild and Scenic River, one of the few natural pristine rivers left in the U.S. It wasn’t providing the usual thrilling whitewater and paddling adventures due to the extreme low water level. The beautiful wild canyon over 11,000’ high was recently hit by a serious ...
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