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... are HUGE. It's a big operation setting them up but according to their literature they have got the efficiency up and can produce power at 4 to 5 cents per kilowatt hour. We all enjoyed the display and are wondering if we should set one of these up in our yard!
It was still about 325 or so miles to Springfield so we settled in and Suzanne taught the boys their school lessons while Omar drove. Once we ...
We've been traveling with the show since Sunday. Here are some photos from the week:
... place that would only take us away from our fur baby Simon for 10 days, max. I was happy. Kamie was happy. Cruise prices drop every year in November/December so I hadn't booked the cruise yet (thankfully).
A week later, out of the blue, we received an email with a great deal on an Asian cruise. The price was amazing and it would only have us away from Simon for two weeks instead of the three ...
... br> cousin, Gary Briggs. For those that have
been following my blog, you know that my first family visit on this trip was
with Gary, his wife Wanda, and Gary’s Mom, my Aunt Hester. (See my Sep 10 entry). It was sad news as Aunt Hester passed away
Sunday. She had terminal cancer and Gary
told me she started going downhill fast after my visit on the 10th. I am so grateful that I had the opportunity
to see my Aunt ...
... because the road was closed.
This park is so neat in that it is where desert meets the mountain. I’m glad we finally made it here. We also spent a day exploring the Great Basin National Heritage Area. We went down to McGill Drug in the town of McGill and met this old man who was quite a character. He had a lot to tell us about the area and his life – he really wasn’t interested in our lives or what we were doing or ...