Americas Best Value Inn - Columbus / North
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... uptown. After dinner, Joan drove us around Columbus to see OSU campus and the Big Horseshoe football stadium wherein 102,000 fans can watch the football team on a few Saturdays in the fall. Over 50,000 students are enrolled at any given fall and the campus is really huge. Much larger than UW in Seattle or any of the west coast campuses.
We departed late, yet made it 11 miles west to ...
Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... as a person and his musical career it is worth the watch.
The next day I tootled off to the IRS to find that I don't qualify for an ITIN due to the fact that my fellowship is not provided by the Uni that I am attending. Oh well...then I went to Social Security to be told that if I wanted a SSN I needed to work. Hm...I don't want to work and don't need to work. Why should I take a job that someone else needs? Being on an F1 visa ...
... then enlisted his help pushing out - much easier with a second set of adult hands.
We manned up, started and taxied out without any delays. We taxied in front of the crowd at show center as me made our way for takeoff on Runway 36. After just a brief moment at the hold short, we took off, then circled to the east.
Once clear of Oshkosh, we started a climb, ultimately reaching 13,500' as we headed southeast, crossing ...
Listening to audio book #1 "Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain." Here's an excerpt…. “Vision appears effortless and accurate while our ears act as microphones recording our experience of the world. 1/3 of the human brain is devoted to vision. Consciousness gives us a summary. How often do our visual systems get it wrong? What if all vision is an illusion? … Rather a construction by the manner ...