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... was a session on Rocky Horror that we went to that turned out to actually be a screening of the movie with some live actor accompaniment. We messed up the time and arrived too early but we did catch the end of Katee Sackoff’s Q&A session (for those that don’t know her, she was Starbuck on Battlestar Galatica and had some bits on Big Bang Theory as Howard’s bathtub fantasy girl). Rather than wait for the screening to start ...
... park south of Amarillo designated the "Grand Canyon" of Texas. The pictures looked beautiful and peeked our interest. As we neared Palo Duro Canyon State Park it was difficult to believe there was anything like a canyon as the landscape was mostly flat. We arrived at the state park entrance just before sunset and headed towards the campground. The only road heads downhill with switchbacks into a deep canyon and then follows the canyon bottom with 2 ...
... in our blood. And from vast experience we should now know how to move many people in a sane, coherent way. Airlines have been flying commercially since 1914, supposedly, over a century ago. Can't they get this process down?
In any case, the flight to England was straightforward and uneventful, although there are notices posted in Heathrow trying to track down the Paris terrorists from the attack ...
... old form which makes her one of the best! :)
Erin Phillips is a new signing for the Merc this year and is a bench spark plug and played about 20mins last week but brings a lot of energy and hustle, which is always great to see! :)
It is also season 1 for head coach Sandy Brondello and she is going well and great to see Aussies coach in the big time! :)
Seattle Storm has Jenna O'Hea on their roster, obtained in a trade from Los Angeles ...
... terrain course. So we got in to our well used Jeep and went to the South end of town to the Pueblo Grande Archeological Park.
This Park is a partial excavation of a pueblo that dates back to 750AD to 1450AD. Although this is a large site they do not know why the people left as is the case on most of these dwellings and excavations. They do have remnants of their lives that have been uncovered so they know how they lived and farmed. You could walk around and view ...