Oscar H. Hanson House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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... just crashed for about two hours. I think we may have ordered a pizza. When we were at Wall Drug I found myself staring at the Western paintings on the walls in the cafeteria. The quality of some of the paintings took me by surprise. I took a photo of one before I saw the sign asking for no photographs. A small plaque on the wall explained that over the years the owners of Wall Drug had decided to purchase a variety ...
... store. Gail bought some stuff for Classy J, her new rig and we found the lounge and settled in to wait.
Sometime around 10 AM I got a call from service. Dave, the service guy, said the parts guy ordered a black cover for the airconditioner, but maybe they could switch it out so it matches your white one. OK says me... Noon came and went...I questioned if the thing would be done anytime soon. The man said "They are at lunch but ...
· Jake, Kim’s son, knows I’m coming to get her clothes and gear. Lucky she set most of it out. Got the stuff. Now to pack both bags, her camera bag, and clean out my purse. Which task do you think will take the most time? You guessed it. My purse.
· Bags equalized. One carry on roller bag and 2 backpacks. I’ll sneak them in. ...
... nothing compared to the dirt flight. I unfortunately had some issues on this flight--I ended up getting a severe back spasm during take off and had a very rough first hour on the plane. I got very nauseous, warm an clammy so as soon as they turned the seatbelt sign off I went to the back of the plane to find a flight attendant to get help. They ended up asking if there were any medical professionals on the plane to see I anyone could ...
... who studies at the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins
University, recently noticed a satellite observation that supports he and
Akasofu’s hunch. They think the sun’s hot breath is stretching Earth’s magnetic
field lines like a kid pulling back on a slingshot. When the field lines can no
longer hold the stretching, they snap back toward the planet. In the process,
electrons are separated and stream into ...