Marriott Columbus Northwest
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Scheduled for departure on 8/8/14 and this time we're off to Prague to begin our first visit to the more eastern reaches of Europe.
Hopefully, I'll have a little more time to share our explorations with you here. For now, it's time to dive into packing!
... that I am only allowed to work for the Uni (which isn't a problem). So why do I want a SSN? Well I have my money in a bank here and I am not allowed to have a debit/credit card associated with that account without a SSN (or an ITIN). So I have to get organised and go into the bank to withdraw money. It is really only about convenience - no biggy really. So after that I needed some retail therapy to help dissolve my annoyance of travelling ...
... we got to meet Chloe, Bob's border collie, who immediately hit it off with Alex.Chloe is a fantastic pup, full of energy, able to catch anything, who entertained us with the stealthy way she would sneak up on a frisbee you had thrown, or who who repeatedly drop a toy into your lap until you just couldn't face throwing it again.
Bob and I caught up on old business acquaintances, the state of the aerospace industry, as well as ...
... road, dotted line (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – eyes cross again), trucks (oh geeeeez, more road kill), (look up) clouds. I’ve been able to make out clouds in the form of a duck, an angel and Chester Cheetah (perhaps a brain pattern correlated directly to my cheesy breakfast) – surprising and yet somewhat exciting. Never know what’s going to happen next…..
... it was 94+ F (34+ C) with that stuff. When you're drinking near 1.5 to 2 gallons (6-8 liters) of water a day, maintaining electrolyte balance is critical. Having an option that doesn't involve a ton of sugar is even better.
- below 90 F drinking every 15 minutes worked well. typically 3 long pulls on the Camelbak
- above 90F drinking every 10 minutes is the way to go. 2 or 3 long pulls on the Camelbak
- Run the ...