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... to restock the larder, ate lunch and restocked fresh drinking water at a Walmart. All amidst sometimes heavy rain showers happening all over hte midwest.
Later we picked up CharLi, drove 17 miles north to Dublin, Ohio and parked, out on the street by Friendship Village, in a safe place to meet Joan who gave us a tour of the facilities and ate a delicious dinner in the main dining ...
Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... that I am only allowed to work for the Uni (which isn't a problem). So why do I want a SSN? Well I have my money in a bank here and I am not allowed to have a debit/credit card associated with that account without a SSN (or an ITIN). So I have to get organised and go into the bank to withdraw money. It is really only about convenience - no biggy really. So after that I needed some retail therapy to help dissolve my annoyance of travelling ...
... eating lunch, we ended up sharing our picnic table with two ladies from Canada, one in her late 50's who was a former Air Traffic Controller, the other her daughter, who is currently a commuter pilot flying Beech 1900s in British Columbia. They were there for the Women in Aviation activities, although they had just missed the annual group photo when it was taken early. It was fun chatting with them, as they were from Peace River, AB, where ...
... the brain interrogates the world...” How about that? Love this brain stuff (smile)!
REST STOP EXERCISE #1 - My brain told me I was hungry (really just mak’in sure Dad stretches those legs.) My brain then told me that Cheez-Its were a “breakfast of champions” choice compared to Dad’s little bite sized bacon egg and cheese sandwich. Hmmm, I’m think’in ...