BEST WESTERN Ashland House & Conference Center
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... days, and then daily wear disposable contacts to wear after that so I don't keep re-infecting my eye. I was really relieved that it all got worked out before I left, and that my doctor was so helpful. Crisis averted, it was time to focus on finishing up packing. I'm mostly packed. I decided to check my bag rather than try to carry it on and have to gate check it multiple times. That required ...
... passengers all boarded except us and 2 other guys, and the guy at the gate told us we could all get on. Yaayy! We were on our way!
10 minutes into the flight, Sharan was already missing his phone, so he asked to see mine. Fortunately, he fixed it right away and had some entertainment. I was sitting next to a giant guy who seemed pretty friendly.
Onward to ...
Time is getting close for our travels to Italy - leaving September 5th. We are excited; our adventures will include: Rome, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Tuscany area (including Florence and Pisa), Venice, Milan and the Italian and Swiss Alps. We are looking forward to meeting up with our friends from England (Phyllis and Michale Mott) in Florence. Plane and ...
... I was encouraged by the fact that it made the trip from Omaha to Morton without a hitch. I track down local British car guru, Bill, a rather low profile mechanical genius (did I mention eccentric?) and get him lined up with a laundry list of items to address. I order an air conditioning kit from a company that makes one specifically for my year and model MG that is supposed to be a bolt-on, 8-hour job. Sounds like a piece of cake, if you know what you're doing. I ...
... back in Morton the search for a GT continued. Eventually we located one on Craigslist in Omaha. After extensive discussions with the owner, Bobbi and I drove over to Omaha, bought the car, and drove it back to Morton. The 430 mile trip back was completely without incident, the car performed flawlessly (yay!). So now we are the proud custodians of a Pale Primrose (MG-speak for light yellow) 1973 MGB GT, which we have nicknamed ...