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... a fire truck, giant girders, and THE FLAG. From the pamphlet: “The Museum is the global focal point for preserving the history of the events of September 11, documenting the impact of the attacks, and exploring their continuing significance through monumental and personal artifacts, first-person accounts, and multimedia displays. It is located beneath the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center. It includes two core exhibitions: In ...
I am composing this for an eclectic number of reasons:
1. To ease out of reclusive hiding, where I've been passing the days eating corn bread, watching criminal minds, and probably avoiding you.
2. In my hiatus from social responsibility, I have found I have forgotten how to read, write, and interact with humans without breaking out in hives.
3. To come forth with a tale of my short rendezvous with unemployment, ...
... huge board and further in another room, huge grey boards. Very minimalist. One room was in honor of a deceased french artist, Louise Bourgeois. She created a big spider between other animalistic forms. From Wikipedia: Louise Joséphine Bourgeois (French: [lwiz buʁʒwa]; 25 December 1911 – 31 May 2010) was a French-American artist and sculptor. She was an influential figure in modern and contemporary art, and among her works of art were ...
... so plan ahead, or ha have friends that live here, I did none of the above.
I went back to Spain and stayed just over the road.
Looking back at Gib it does look like a container city, there are cranes all along the port area.
One day soon my bike might be in a container, but not just yet.
Coolest thing was going in to pay for my petrol in £'s.
So why are they driving on the wrong side of the ...
... but I didn't get too close. The woman next to me had one jump on her head. The views were amazing, we could just make out Africa across the water. On the rock there are some man made tunnels and some natural caves. St Michaels cave was the largest of the natural caves. The stalagmites and stalactites were huge. ( I had to google ...