House of Two Urns Bed and Breakfast
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... Folsom Prison blues, Long tall Sally, Great balls of fire, Riders in the sky , I walk the line etc – you get the drift . Lots of clapping and toe tapping going on! The actors were great and really good impersonators of the each of the characters.
Once the show finished we were able to get a cab back to the hotel and we popped into the bar for a nightcap before heading up to bed ready for a very early start the following day.
... people at Harmony House say about him.
"Lance came from a different situation than most children who come to
Harmony House in that he apparently lived with his parents until he was
around two years old. He was found wandering outside the gate of a post
office one evening in Bayannaoer, Inner Mongolia, and he was taken to an
orphanage there until he came to Harmony House last November. He was
As I fly in few hours, want to extend my gratitude to people who keep me grounded.. Z, w, martini, dai , minaz and so so many others whose picture I am thinking. Been a super busy day wrapping up and connecting people. Thank you so much for all the wishes and blessings. It means a lot as we (you and I) all come together for this ...
... walked back into the city. It was slightly
rainy and it was very cold as we were walking around. We walked to the nearest metro station and caught it around the loop, taking the wrong line at one point.
We eventually got to our destination, got off and walked around to the Willis tower. We got tickets and went up the tower, but alas it was very cloudy, occasionally the clouds would part and you could see a few hundred meters. ...
... LeAnn. While I hadn't thought of it, I happened to take this journey when I was 48, and she passed away when she was 48. It was way too young. I thought a lot about this when I was on my walk, and even had a couple of "chats" with her along the way. I hope she will come along on the rest of my journeys so we can experience 49 and beyond together somehow.
Thank you all for joining me on the ride. Until next time.... Buen Camino.