Airport Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about the day. After dinner, Harper took me to his parent's farm and we saw the baby goats that were born 3 weeks ago. The goats were so cute! The other goat mom is pregnant and should be giving birth in a week or so. They think it will be triplets too.
After hanging with the animals for awhile, we took off for Jordan Commons Megaplex theaters to see the Avengers 2. The theater was huge!!! Inside was this cool sort of a food court with little shop facades with ...
... happy hour at our camp before driving into the city of Osage Beach for dinner. Betsy read me the prologue of the Doris Kerns Goodwin biography of LBJ; he was quite an energetic person and she had unprecedented access to him after he left office. We had dinner at J. B. Hook. The restaurant was on a bluff overlooking the lake, lots of Turkey Vultures and with a good view of a mass of very dark clouds coming at us. Our dinner was less than relaxing because we were worried about ...
... the same lady. At that stage it was getting rather cold so we headed home, picked up dinner for Val who was working, then went to El Matador for a yummy mexican dinner. We went for a drive up to a lookout area to see the lights of the city at night - breathtaking - called in to see Natalie, Lynette and Bentley then home for the night. I got to chat with Lara, Lynne and Jack via skype or facetime, and we called Riley and Hunter :-) bedtime was around 2am, not well ...
Some things are not meant to be photographed. Some things require you to be present. For you to have a direct link between it, your eye, your memory.
I minored in photography in college. I will always remember one piece of advice my favorite instructor gave:
"Be sure you don't always experience the world from behind your camera."
If you put the camera down, you ...
... metal around you for protection. Riding a motorcycle with only your leathers to protect you makes you pay more attention. No such thing as a fender bender on a bike!
Todays ride turned out to be a pretty uneventful for the most part with the scenery being pretty boring. Since I was in Idaho, I made sure to bring along the phone number for a co-worker who just "retired" from where I work. Lucky *******! His name is Pat Durkin. In reality, Pat ...