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... after Leslie and I had spent time rolling around on the floor the day before in Detroit trying to fix the plastic undercarriage that they had clearly not screwed in properly following our oil change a couple of days previous. I had left Brandon a couple of choice voice mails during our drive back from Detroit and now i wanted to see what he had to say to my face. Brandon was busy when we arrived, no **** Sherlock! (This guy knows how to hide) so it was ...
... to walk to Buster's so I know the route. I was going to walk to Buster's last night but the girls at the front deck advised against it. Hmmm I will ask for another opinion cause I'm taking Car down there tonight. Traffic here in down town is based on one way streets. Great for locals and not always so great for visitors.
Did the Buster's walk this morning. Not too far but I will be driving cause i'd like to get the ...
... barrels and it sure did have a kick. I need a good sleep so I'm ready for Jason Isbell tomorrow night. Really looking forward to this show. Starts @ 9 doors open @ 8 I'll be there @ 7ish.
Time for sleeps
P.S. A first for Car...valet parking only. Too funny. We talked about it. I showed the one dude how you start'er up etc. Hey if they don't mind I sure don't. He did say he'd park it as close to the entrance/exit as possible just in case.
My trip began with a simple flight from LEX to Chicago O'Hare (ORD) with a connection to Frankfurt, Germany. The plan? A day in Germany site-seeing, then the train to Paris. It was simple. The train tickets were even booked.
The problem? My ...
... glory by an association. They have a Wurlitzier organ almost finished restoration, and have a similar one being played as an entree to the show, we all had to stand and sing My Old Kentucky Home with the lyrics provided at each seat!
The movie was "The man who knew too much" with Doris Day and James Stewart by Alfred Hitchcock, a great movie in the old rather stiltedly acted way - we enjoyed it all greatly!
Thursday Erin and I had a morning walk, ...
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