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But I made it!!!
The ride back ended up being so much fun! Steep hills and the occasional headwind made it a challenge. For the most part it was fast downhill, hardly any traffic, and a sweet tailwind on some of the hills! We were able to have fun with it because we had lightened our load by leaving stuff with Brian since he was getting picked up by friends. Those ...
... basement, where the more pricey soiled doves did rtheir trade. The basement was also the location of the longest continuous poker game in history, damn game lasted over 8 years and something in the order of $10 million changed hands.
Last of all we went back up on the stage and examined the "black Mariah" hearse, whish is one of only a handful still in existence and worth over a million dollars. We turned out the lights and ...
... from a drunken cowboy. Downstairs we got
to see the poker tables as they were found and the teeny tiny rooms the girls
We decided to stay another week and take it easy for a few
days so Rusty could fully recover. He has….so off we go.
Well on Tuesday (2/18/14) we decided to go see what the city
of Willcox had to offer. We were headed to do some wine touring and go to Fort
Bowie until we ...
... side....a good thing for all of us. One should never question success.
It was explained how messages were received, launch codes kept and validated, and how an actual missile launch occurs. One was even simulated with the consoles, using Marge and one of the tour members. Missileers work as a team, and any launch MUST be initiated by two people. It is physically impossible for only one person to do it. The safe with the ...
... hop for us considering the other hops we've made this trip. We leave out of Silver City and head down the road. We're about 20 miles out of town and there's a guy on a bicycle, and it's laid down on the side of the road. We pass by and he waves.
He's 20 miles out of one town and 30 miles from the next. We decide that we can't leave him out here and decide to turn around and help. We're 53 feet long, so we had ...