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7/2 Day 11 We resumed sightseeing today after a CVS stop for script renewals. This was a real pleasure due to their national computer system. On our 2010 trip scripts were a real pain as we were doing mailed scripts and had to get everything mailed to a general delivery in a future town. Then had to go back and get everything mailed back home after the trip.
We first went to the Lewis and Clark memorial in Council Bluff. It looked like a beautiful ...
Spent the night in the Cracker Barrel in Council Bluffs. Breakfast there. Headed to Horseshoe Casino. Had a good time there. Ate at the Binion. Played for awhile. Smaller than the Horseshoe in Baltimore, but nice. Getting ready to head out of this town. Fueling up, bugs off the windshield, ready to roll east! 1044pm here. Oh, and the trip mileage cleared... Somehow with ...
... is located in the Market district of Omaha, an area of 1800 warehouses where the first floors have been converted to shops and many upper floors to apartments. Peg then collected her first 'souvenir' a pair of fox jade ear rings. She got in the pattern during our 2010 trip of getting earrings at major sites of our trip. She is putting them on as I am writing this Thur. morning.
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It's our last day on this Wild West Expedition. Todd and I have seen amazing natural beauty crafted by God, visited 11 states, drove 3,498 miles in nine days, and just had a wonderful time seeing the backbone of America.
We went to a Denny's Restaurant in Omaha for our last breakfast on this trip. It's frigidly cold today, with snow and frozen salt brine still on the roads. We entered the restaurant and took stools at the counter ...
... this is just one way of measuring poverty, and UNHDP suggests that in fact 81.5% of Sierra Leoneans live in multidimensional poverty.
In Sierra Leone, primary school is free, however parents are expected to pay for books, uniforms, shoes, school supplies and ceremonies. Secondary school is not free. Typical Secondary School Fees: $50–250 per term (3 terms)
Literacy Rate: (definition: age 15 and over can read ...