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... to create electricity, enough to supply power to 3,000 people.
Bowling Green is also well-known as the home of Bowling Green State University. Their mascots are Freddie and Frieda Falcon. Every year, the university students have a "dance marathon" to raise money for local children's hospitals. Students go to a dance that lasts for 32 hours! If they don't dance the whole ...
... exhibit--- well worth it! We weren't supposed to take pics in this show but you'll see I managed to sneak in some footage of Shiva Bhairav. Then I drove across the Erie Lake shoreline of Ohio to the Toledo Museum of Art... less exciting than Cleveland but still a good stop.
Tomorrow I'm headed to Chicago to see an old friend.
... even if he is a bike snob. He says water bottles should only be a certain smaller size. He calls hills "rises" and downhill "false flat". He only wears wool jerseys and bib shorts because they're classic. He learned Spanish because he wanted to understand the race reports for the Columbian cycling team. He's flying home instead of taking the 5-day train ...
We were up at 6:30a.m. and left the hotel before 8:00a.m. We made it to Toledo by 5:00. We were in our driveway before 6:00p.m. after a trip to the grocery store. All animals are alive, well, and happy to see us! Now the fun part of cleaning out the car:(
Yes, we would leave tomorrow and do it all over again if we could! There were a few meltdowns along the way, but the laughter and experiences far exceeded the not-so-fun times.
... windows of the store--injuring a pregnant woman and her two small daughters. Others were injured as well. Here is the link to the story in the Toronto Sun:
Carol got a small McNuggets and I got ANOTHER coffee (as an aside, I skipped the restrooms . . . thinking I'll take care of that later!).
As we approached Toronto . . . the traffic began ...