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It's the night before we leave for California. Peter is graciously letting us have the Pascoe family wagon - we flight out, nab it, and race it xcountry Smokey and the Bandit style. But with fewer cops and more cowboy hats, hopefully.
Susan came over to pack today, and the girls are slightly discombobulated from running so fast from camp to California and were exhausted when we packed.
Luckily, Jordan made a crumble. We're about to eat it. ...
... around 4 million people who visit it each year. And this year, I'm one of them. It's featured in countless movies like Independence Day, Sleepless in Seattle, Taxi Driver, Shaft, King Kong and the list goes on.
The view is spectacular and I am so glad I waited for a nice day. The one million photos tell the story.
Next, I jumped back on a train uptown and then had a bit of a hike to my second destination, the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Now, I could give ...
... and the Foie Gras was good thereafter.
On Thursday was a delightful BBQ hosted at my current residence at the Farms. It was much like NZ BBQ's although people didn't seem to drink themselves into a stupor quite as much.
At some point I was gently coaxed into bringing out the guitar, since our singer was there this was a good move ('cause she can sing!). Eventually I handed it over to the ...
... lines- another advantage of coming this time of year.
We said our goodbyes to the Coffee/Larsens, and we decided to go out to lunch at a traditional Jewish Deli. The type of food you think of, when you think 'New York food'.
Katz,the Deli, was pretty non descript from the outside, but inside we were bombarded by yelling, and action.
We were handed a yellow card, then told ...
... state-triotic”. Matt tried to keep up, but Dan basically inhaled his beers so Matt had to concede defeat later in the night... We thought we’d probably have an early night so we could be ready to go exploring the next day, but instead Lindsay and Dan decided to entertain us with some more unusual Chicago experiences. First we headed to their local – only a few steps in the snow away from their house. Smallish place with a bar running down the length and ...