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... she's "the mom," but it's also clear that they're very close.
[Left] Everyone left for their various duties on Thursday morning, so I ran a few errands and then took myself off to the Indiana State Museum. While there, I ran into this bunch of tough guys: a mastodon in the background, a sheep to the left, some sort of elk to the right, and this scary guy in the front.
[Right] The guy in front was called a "short-faced bear," but I could ...
... Blake won by 3 shots. Once again a nice cheap $7 activity. The course was decorated really well it looked awesome!
We were extremely thirsty afterward so we went to Steak'n'Shake and treated ourselves to one of the incredible looking milkshakes we had seen advertised in the window. They came out looking just like the picture and did not disappoint! There were so many flavours to choose from and to be honest it was much more a ...
... open on a sunny day. It takes 11minutes to open the roof.
Sadly because of roof maintenance we were unable to see\walk onto the field which was pretty disappointing. Interestingly enough both of us were extremely surprised at how small the field actually is in real life. It looks much bigger on TV!
Fun Fact - The stadium cost $719 million to build and the capacity is 69,000 people.
After walking the whole 100metres back to the hotel ...
I can't remember when this Peruvian longing inside of me began. I think it was fostered in two very different places. The first stirrings started with a picture of ancient ruins. The mystery and intrigue of Machu Picchu took me in and settled somewhere in the depths of my soul. I longed to sit near the stonework, journal in hand, heart calling out to my Lord. I longed to hear the lessons He had to share with me, observe the surrounding mountainside, and rest ...
... Rimes performing the "Star Spangled Banner". Finally it was race time with Dario Franchitti leading the field in the pace car. The noise of 33 cars roaring down the straight at 220mph is something else. What a race it was, with no accidents in the first 148 laps, a record for continuous green flag racing, and some fast and furious racing. Most of the passes took place just yards from where I was on the run in to turn 1. After the first accident there would be ...
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