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... largest nesting area of passenger pigeons with 136,000,000 pigeons nesting there. That's a lot of pigeons over 850 square miles!!! Of special interest is that the last known passenger pigeon died at the Cincinnati zoo in 1914. Some of this terrain reminded Dick and I of northern Michigan. Just the beginning of seeing all the different landscapes this country has to offer! We also crossed the Mississippi River which I really didn't realize that we would. So, got the ...
... Anne Frank House down the street while walking to my classes at the University of Amsterdam. History will be everywhere and there will never be a dull moment. I plan using every second I have to explore and grow, experience the language, the people, the city. I probably won't want to come back. Who would?
Diving into the unknown has never been so exhilarating yet so full of foreseeable melancholia.
... then be sitting down having a coffee with him in Starbucks at L AY X?
The conversation was flowing and distorting simultaneously, and I personally kept thinking to myself "WHAT is going on?", I couldn't relax and perhaps it was the nervous standby jitters preoccupying my thoughts.
Although a lovely and genuinely sweet guy, and rather easy on the eye, I began to discover a side to him that although I tried my hardest not to judge, it left me feeling ...
After our unscheduled night in Charlotte, we flew out this morning between storms and arrived in Philadelphia 15 minutes late and only had 1 hour till departure. We were so pleased to find that we were arriving at Gate C19 and departing at Gate 19!! We de-planed waited 20 minutes and re-boarded the same plane. We were on the very back ...
... really do have more fun! As soon as I get her camera to upload photos, I will share.
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