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... an opportunity to spend the Fourth of July weekend in New York City. Oh and our first destination is Lisbon. Never mind we can fly there from Rome and we will be back to Rome in August!.
So here we are on our way, arriving at JFK at 3PM. We appreciate that our neighbor, Eldon Edmunson gets up early and he was in our driveway at 5 AM.
Thanks to the "Lady Lawyer" we met on the subway who made our trip from JFK to NYC a success. We checked into ...
... while was so clear that it looked fake. Everything looked like a surreal picture in some perfect outdoor world calender. John and I could definitely live out here and not get bored.
Our only stop today was at the John Day Fossil Rock Bed visitor's center. We were hoping there was some sort of over look that the Mauger's rembered stopping at before but it was not the right place. We did take a quick look at the fossil displays in the center and ...
... This plane [photo below] had minimal overhead bins, so anything bigger than a bookpack was tagged at the door and set aside as luggage. Well, all right, but when we landed at Chicago, there was a downpour. A large group of us had to wait in the rain on the tarmac until a trailer of luggage was driven out. Everyone scrambled to grab their stuff & get to cover, stepping over puddles!
Welcome to O'Hare :)
... loved it immensely both times.
The Indian summer in Jackson was perfect while we were there. It was great to connect with my good friend Lori too. She is busy taking her firewoman's classes and EMT stuff. I am so proud of her. She is so beautiful and strong and loving. It is a blessing to know her and have her friendship.
Well that's a wrap for Jackson and Boise. See you in Utah and Arizona next time. Love you and thanks for being in my life. ...
... was set up in the courtyard of the Amarillo hotel, for a review of the day’s “hawking,” as Bedu falconers have done for hundreds of years. When the meeting ended, Ken donated the tent and everything inside to The Archives of Falconry (TAF).
Stay with me now, this is getting good. You see, The Archives of Falconry is in Boise, Idaho. It was created in 1986 by The Peregrine Fund at the World Center for Birds of Prey on a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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