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... and visiting with family along the way. Bob arrived with the Packard in Worthington, yesterday. They are meeting with the local paper tomorrow morning in Worthington, and then heading for St. Paul. We leave early tomorrow morning from Palm Springs and arrive in St. Paul about 5:00pm. We are all very excited to get started! Check-in for the Great Race is on Thursday, the 20th! Wow, it is almost time to "Start your engines ...
Hey, people have to do something new every once in a while so why not visit the Coachella Valley? Well, now you know why we are here, now don't you?
We have never, ever stayed in one location for more than a week other than serving as hosts at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery and Coquille River Lighthouse this past year. Spending five weeks in one location and not having any sort of obligation is ...
... new has happened for me. It's been about keeping track of everything from classes, residence life, intervarsity, mortar board and applying to graduate school. So it's been very very very busy.
I decided to apply to graduate school in southern California for several reasons so please pray/keep me in your thoughts as I am going through this process. I have come to terms that if it doesn't ...
kids to come out. He comes back a
minute later and tells me to let them swim as long as we watch them. He didn’t want to have them
“disappointed”, but made sure I knew I was at fault. Wow… how “big of him”!
There are signs posted everywhere of the rules for this place. BUT there was no sign saying that the
swimming pool is for guests only.
He tells me that it’s for ...
... be used for pilot training along with becoming the home of various tactical units. After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, March Air Field would jump to a population of over 75,000 and would be the location of final training for several soon to be famous bombardment groups.
March Field would continue to serve after WWII and was the home to B-29's, B-52's as well as KC-10's ( long range re-fuelers) ...