BEST WESTERN PLUS Gold Poppy Inn
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We dropped Em off at her classroom in the morning and proceeded to the Diamondback Bridge over the main east-west route in town: Broadway/Congress. We had some letterboxes to discover there. A bike trail goes over the coolest bridge ever, covered with a tunnel of wired mesh, and painted to look like a rattlesnake. We entered the bridge through the open mouth on one side, and exited at the rattle on the other side. Do go there yourself one day. There is a delight ...
... My friend from New York said Obama calls it 'job creation'. The southern train is called the sunset limited and it has a nice sightseeing lounge for the day time, plenty of leg room and is not too busy so you often get a seat to yourself. I get on the train with a mixed bunch of people. One of them is a disheveled guy who managed to lose his ticket in the 15mins between buying it and boarding then train...sigh he gets sat in front of me and falls asleep immediately ...
... what we were used to as the west coast is almost all public access. It began to alter our views of the east.
Onward south after Kent's photo workshop at Maine Media we saw our brother-in-law in New Hampshire, then ...
In 1862, her family moved to Davenport, Iowa. After the death of both of her parents in 1865, Kate and her siblings were placed under the gaurdianship of Otto Schmidt, who triend to rape her. She attacked him with an axe, and being unsure whether or not she had killed him, she ran away and began to travel through several cow towns as a dance hall girl and eventually a prostitute.
While working for Bessie Earp, ...
... and only one is open for visitors – all others are dissembles and the silos and centers are destroyed or buried (except one which got sold and is now a house)