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... have a new favorite road to ride on. 64 miles of sheer bliss with nothing but twist and turns up the mountain range and then down again. Was amazed that there were not a lot of vehicles on the road but I certainly was not complaining, gave me the freedom to ride the turns at my own pace. Cumulative miles to date ...
... that I bring to your attention the fact that some members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) (AKA "Mormons") wear a garment affectionately known as "Magical Underwear". But, more on this later...
The last blog entry was from the dusty desert domain of Moab, Utah. Prior to Moab we had visited several other remote, desolate locations. We were more than ready to head into a bigger city where there might be a variety of fine dining, a ...
At 8:00 am we enjoyed a pancake breakfast in the open air pavilion. This event was a fundraiser for Care Camp - $2 for pancakes + $1 for eggs, sausage or hash browns - yummy! We pulled out of the park at 8:45 am and our first stop was at Love's down the road, for fuel: 17.084 gallons @ $2.988/gal. = $51.06. We picked up Hwy 80 and headed East, passing Kimball Junction, the exit for Park City. The minute we crossed into Wyoming we started seeing signs for fireworks - ...
... Vermont getting high and, after a tragedy, ends up going to live with his marijuana growing/toking father (Ethan Hawke) in the East Village (sex, drugs, music) of New York City in the late 1980's (VERY simplified description as the film is multi-layered)
Ethan Hawke’s role acting/character was the glue, and the humor that held many characters (loosely) together and ...
... flags at half staff. When I overheard the news report while I was eating lunch, it didn't really register that Ottawa was the scene of the attack. It didn't register that it happened in Canada. And that is troubling beyond the actual criminal act.
For a moment, I forgot I was not in the United States. And, for a moment, I thought this was just another shooting. Just another person gunned down.
In 2011, Canada had 2.2 gun-related deaths for every ...