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Last Tuesday I awoke my sleeping husband mid-afternoon and told him if I didn't get to feeling better, I was cancelling our trip to China. His response... he was going to China by himself and getting a ho. I didn't waiver in my stance. It only took a few moments for him to realize that I was "really sick." Really sick doesn't cover it for me. …
... to where I started. The ferry had a 2 HP electric motor to pull it back and forth. We took lots of pictures. Then we were off to Bo's Hollow. Mom Lynn and son Mark seem to run the place. They have a "30's Gas station and a little village with a Barber shop, Post office, Telegraph office, General store, Jail and Smoke House that sold beef jerky. We took a tour of the property and shop were they restore Model A's. Right now Dave is working on restoring a Vicky. ...
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"I believe in the kindness of strangers. And when I'm at war with myself I ride, I just ride."
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After AD 1050, Cahokia became a regional center surrounded by farmsteads, villages, and satellite towns. The area peaked from AD ...
... back on the Metrolink to Convention Center short walk and we can collapse on the bed for awhile. We also took the time to go down to the laundry and get some washing down because 11 days on the cruise means we have no clean clothes... must say here that I was quite impressed that it cost only $3 a load, that's $1 for the washing powder, $1 for the wash and $1 for the dry, bargain, we'll do 2 ...