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... game the Dreamgirlz had. They are very good. Angie earned an All-Tourney. Went to the strawberry place to get some shortcake. The line was about 100 yards long. Looked like Disneyland. We decided not to wait, and went to eat at Buddy Freddy's, a Southern Home cooking place. It was great. Back at the room, watching the Grammy's. Heading to Montgomery, Alabama ...
... l took over Smackas Place and it didn't take long to fill the seats.
l renamed it "Banjo's" and ran it for 8 years.
Banjos was abuzz with jazz musicians, singers, dancers and comics. International acts like Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen from the UK and John King Cleary from New Orleans would pull in sellout audiences. Ricky May, who was a pal, would often make impromptu appearances always ...
... Jim Shafer a few times at Powerflow, l think we need a tuned exhaust.
They claim mileage gains and speed gains, we'll see.
Putting in the JP1 EDM with fuel flow and oil temp
l remember getting a electric ignition for a new car l bought 33 years ago can't understand
why the aviation is slow in some of these things, experimental have been using them for years.
We moved house this morning to our our membership campground, Thousand Trails Preserve at Peace River, and soon after getting set up and having a bite of lunch, we hopped into the car, and headed toward Tampa International Airport, where Keri caught a late afternoon flight back to Boston. ...
... similar. It tries to roar like an engine, but ends up with a high-pitched whine. Still, it did the job of heading us up the Turnpike toll road to Orlando, and Jo´s uncle Michael and family. We stayed in their holiday home in the sweetly named Kissimee. Tuesday 8th August A sleep-in and then a huge breakfast - Kissimee is very much the centre of theme-park land, and as such caters to their major tourists, the British. We met Mikey, Jo´s cousin who ...