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Missing 5 or more teeth
One guy was a combination of all the above. It was like a disgusting freakshow. The food was pretty good though as you’d expect and I stuffed myself with as much as I could in 25 minutes that I felt so ill I could hardly walk. We went back to the room where I moaned and complained until I felt well enough to do some ...
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... for this!) Happily, ALL of my prescriptions were covered by my insurance—I paid nothing! Thank you, ObamaCare! Then Evan took us to City Park, a big, beautiful park with a pond in downtown Denver. We walked around, the boys played frisbee, and then Evan and I did partner acro poses.
Then, today being Father’s Day, we Skyped with mom and dad. We had a lovely conversation, and Evan and I shared with them the various qualities we ...
... if it is just driving through. The train is gross however, it is old, very basic and the food is terrible. Not even food court bad it is the worst airplane food you have ever tasted, microwave fake chicken sandwiches etc etc.
Thank God there are some alcoholics in teh next cabin with a supply of good whisky that they are happy to share :)
... not real cold. We all did a great job of climbing, with me bringing up the rear. Thank goodness for big sticks on the trail that are good walking sticks. On the way back, everyone was pretty hungry. We were short on time to get the kids back by 7:30, so we stopped at a local bar in a very small mountain town. It was just like Illinois, I felt very much at home. Kit and the kids on the other hand weren’t too sure where Frankki and I had taken ...