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... how that would work here, but I'd love for someone to give it a shot and tell me what the bartender says when they order a driver's pint.
The Irish are totally carefree people. They're never in a hurry- for anything, to the point where they almost appear lazy, but really, they're just super easygoing people (and very hard working, too). They talk with everyone and consider everyone their friend. If they are angry with someone, they go to a pub and work it out over a ...
... of it all - small, sturdy granite houses with slate or thatch roofs, green lawns, geraniums and hydrangeas blooming everywhere, all under blue skies or gray skies or black skies filled with an illuminating light. It's enough to make me believe in elves and leprechauns, something I haven't done in forty years. I could almost, but not quite, reread The Hobbit."
Mr. Greenside ends up buying a home there, completely unexpectedly. Hmm... not a bad idea.
... The river, at least in that area is actually rather dirty looking but the trees along the banks make for some lovely scenery. The walkway is called the Greenbelt and it is apparently 30 miles of paths along the river. We see some very interesting trees along this path – the very first one looks like it has some long been-like things hanging off it and the leaves are huge. We also see many huge willows lining the river. We take full ...
... factory, shoe shop, bakery, license plate shop, laundry, hobby room, and loafing room and housed the communal showers.
Solitary confinement consisted of two sections. The first, built in the early 1920s, was the Cooler. Although built for solitary confinement, each cell contained 4-6 men. The second section, known as Siberia, was built in 1926 and housed 12 3'x8' cells with one inmate per cell.
Cell House 4 (1952) was ...
... east then North up towards to Sawtooth Mountains. We drive Harry to the dog sitters first to drop him off and then make out way along the I 84, a bit of a boring highway, nothing to look at drive, we then turn off at Mountain Home along US 20 for a couple of hours, thru some small little towns until we get to more mountainous terrain. We drive thru a small place called Hailey (well known for where Brice Willis and Demi Moore lived) and then into Ketchum. Ketchum is ...