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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 ...
The drive through Ohio this morning was miserable. It rained very hard several times limiting visibility. There was a very serious accident on Interstate 71 on the way to Columbus, It involved a car and a semi. The semi won and he was in the median. The Jaws Of Life was working on a passsenger in the car. That seemed to slow everyone down for ...
... wind chimes. Missed other equally enticing entertainments. Pressed every onward.
Fully one-third of the miles of I-70 across Illinois were in some stage of de- or con- struction, and one -half of those miles were single lane. Surprisingly this held us up only once, at which point we opened the cars windows and REVELED in the lovely farm fields' vegetative smells and the songs of crickets/cicadas. ...
... Today I got to cross the Missouri River which was really cool to see. We got into a town called Hermann where the county courthouse is located and got some good pictures of it. Tomorrow I will ride through the town of Eureka where my grandma grew up and lived on an apple orchard and I can't wait to see it. I will probably ride about 80 miles tomorrow and end up in Lebanon Illinois. Today I rode 82 miles total. ...
Please read this passage, in English or in Chinese, for class:
To be, or not to be--that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
And by opposing end them. To die, to sleep--
No more--and by a sleep to say we end
The heartache, and the thousand natural shocks