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... but there are some five or six different filling stations for trucks and cars. Harry had seen the screen capture I brought with me and he found the right filling station! I even got a close-up picture off the same brick in the wall from the film where a telephone booth had been. So that's a 100% confirmed location - not that any of you care.
The scenery for most of the day, since we had come down off the mountain that cradles Oatman, was of one low, flat, ...
... power plants, and approximately 701 miles of canals, tunnels, and pipelines including the 444-mile California Aqueduct.
After taking a drink from the "Where Your Water Comes From" fountains, your water journey starts with a dazzling visual display of hundreds of water bottles corresponding to the amounts it takes to produce many of things we use daily such as foods we eat, products we use, and the household chores that make up our lives like taking a shower ...
I made a quick visit to the Cody Visitor Center and was wowed by the work by local artists in the gallery associated with it. That was the up - the down was confirmation that we would not be able to visit Yellowstone on this trip!
We planned to make a visit to the Historical Center in spite of the fact that everyone has told us to allow ...
... in the beginning of my message I only have two weeks of class left for the semester and I cannot believe it!! By the time winter break starts my graduate school applications done, finals completed, finals baskets sent off and all that other stuff. Please keep me in your thoughts/prayers as it will be a busy time but full of wonderful holiday things. Happy Holidays!!!! Also Happy Advent for those who celebrate it!!
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... write letters and so it was wonderful to see her in person. She has a ten-day leave and then a week of recruiter assistance. She will still be in the area, just having to work for part of the time. We went to church with her and the pastor making announcements to the congregation welcomed Jessie home and thanked her for her service. In that moment I was so proud of her and realized how much she had accomplished. My mom started to tear up the second she saw Jessie and I ...