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... in the Old City of Istanbul, centrally located to all the historic sites. We are also hoping to do a side trip to the Holy Land, which will be the "Pray" portion of my trip. At the beginning of February, I am off to Rome, Italy, for 3 days solo. Obviously, this will be the "Eat" portion of my trip, but hopefully I will counter-balance it with a lot of walking, winter weather permitting. So, that's my plan: Love. Pray. Eat. Stay tuned for updates and photos during my ...
... Edmund Pettus bridge, also over the Alabama river. I love these big brown rivers that connected the country together before the Eisenhower era. Selma is so sprawled out and sleepy -- its hard to imagine the momentous events of the Civil Rights Movement happening here.
Almost exactly a hundred years before (in 1863) General Grant and his men had fought their way East to Selma, starting at the Mississippi. I visited ...
... of kids. Cody was disappointed, and he went out talked with them. It appeared they were the “advance guard” to check us out and see if we were on the level and if there were any strings attached. In his own inimitable way Cody convinced them that all we wanted to do was share Thanksgiving with them. As they became more sure of our intentions, a couple of them slipped away… returning in a few minutes with a small crowd. I began ...
... the trucker was gone. Cody tried to find him, but couldn’t. He went over to the cashier. “That man I was just talking to… do you know him?”
“Who… Ed Hand? Yeah I know him.”
“Is he… is he a hero or something?” Cody asked.
“Oh yeah! He saved his entire platoon in ‘Nam. Got shot up pretty bad. He doesn’t talk about it, but he’s a real hero ...
Today is the best day of all I might hate my little sister but I not show that I love my little sister like every one think I ...
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