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... Guadeloupe River. The view is wonderful and there are trails to hike, which I intend to do in the morning.
The only eventful thing to happen today was we picked up a nail in one of the tires on the Honda. Thanks to my handy I-Phone, we found a place to fix it and it took 15 minutes and $15.00. Eazy-Peazy!
... driving a Ford Expedition which is a large station wagon and are getting round about 580 miles (934 km) from a tank full.
Driving in the USA can be confusing at times but generally its just like back home,albeit on the wrong side. The posted speed limit seems to be just a suggestion as most people go 5-10 mph over so if your going slow be prepared to be passed by everyone. ...
Our business meeting lasted an hour in the morning and then it took 3 hours to run the elections, cast and count ballots and then do several second votes. After the meeting people did laundry, swam and napped. Many went for a group ride and one lady actually got married in the lobby of the hotel.
We all dressed and ...
... 8217;s hard to explain how we could become such good friends in just one overnight stay. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that both Cheyenne (16) and Mathew are special kids with some special needs. The conversations about school, horses and movies started a bit clumsy with us translating Matt’s vocalizations, and Keith mostly speaking for Cheyenne but things warmed up as our shared interests trumped speech challenges.
Between sharing family ...
... multimedia and interactive exhibits as well as artifacts. It's so much more meaningful, knowing that both my parents served in the Pacific arena at the close of the War--my father in the Army Air Corps and my mother as a Registered Nurse in the Army. The Wall Street Journal states "A museum of this quality--and importance--needs to be seen ..." It was indeed a powerful experience.