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I left Clinton, Oklahoma around 7:15 am to head for Sullivan, Missouri where I will spend the night. I drove approximately 516 miles today under sunny skies and a chilly breeze.
I decided to stop in Oklahoma City at the bombing site memorial. I knew I was too early to see the museum, but the site itself was chilling. The sun was out, no-one was around, and the stillness was un-nerving. Not a sound but the ...
After leaving Ohio the weather warmed and the sun shown. Lots of construction on I-70. It was a long day. Tomorrow we cross Oklahoma. We plan on arriving in San Diego on mid-day Saturday.
Beth is backpacking with a friend in Northern California and visiting Big Sur one more time before moving to Colorado. She is a busy girl!
... said that he heard that three mighty trolls were guarding an abandoned castle in the lonely mountain far far away. Puss in Boots also said that there was a dragon there that had been asleep for a very long time. Bilbo thanked Puss in Boots for his help and met us outside and told us what he learned. Bilbo took the ring off and became his normal self and we continued on our ...
... and we're going to have to do this a few times. Like maybe 6 or 7. Malcolm tries a swifty and puts in cheaper 87 grade petrol as opposed to the 89 grade. I hope he can keep up!
So, our destination is Lake St Louis, home of Cindy's relatives JB (John) and Mary Beth (Maybell) Murray and the destination for some of the other Murray relatives to descend on to welcome the kiwi travellers.
The GPS's are ...
... t step up to the plate, you will never know the glory of what it is to hit a homerun. I know most of you are bewildered by my sports analogy! But stick with me, I think I have a point. So many times in my life, I considered myself what Ortman describes as a “boat potato”. Never wanting to step out too far for fear of drowning in failure.
At the end of every email I send out I have a quote from an American author, Edward Everett Hale, which reads: "I ...