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Driving southbound on the turnpike from my parents house in Boynton Beach I always saw the same billboard right around mile marker 64 (Pompano Beach) advertising a murder mystery dinner train ride. So after driving past it dozens of times I finally jotted down their info (https://semgulf.com/) and after a few weeks finally got around to it and booked a getaway with Vera and my parents.
... would begin at 6:00 a.m. Departure time on Sunday would be at 7:00 a.m.
I had packed a swimsuit and had planned on going for a swim after the meeting, but a dust storm had kicked up while I was at the meeting. I watched the dust storm for awhile from the hotel lobby as I had never seen one and then went to my room. I read and then went to bed early as my body clock was still 3 hours ahead of the time in Phoenix.
... reduce AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) in adults in some trials, but it was not effective in others, probably due to variation in ingredients."
We both did that starting about a month before the trip, but don't really know if it made a difference or not. The hotels at elevation all did have oxygen available, and there are prescription medications that can help altitude sickness as well.
- Enroute to Florida, we met Joe Theismann, formally of the Washington Redskins, who was on our flights to Tampa out of Newark and Atlanta. Russ is a long time Redskins fan and he got to have a short conversation while changing planes and waiting in line. We spent the night in Tampa with Dave & Kim and had an excellent sushi dinner.
- Mom's big ...
... the parking lots were not designed for the load! Imagine getting up predawn, loading family and supplies only to join a miles long column of vehicles all hoping to find a parking space when the gates opened? Can you imagine the pressure on park employees? Chaos must have reigned supreme in those years. The Park set to work to mitigate the stampede and came ...