Courtyard Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... waste land. Slept Wednesday nite in who-knows-where TX. Thursday more driving and made it 2 hours shy of Santa Fe NM. I loved how the terrain turned from flat and brown to mountainous and colorful. Thursday almost did Jordi and I in. She was ready to strangle me and I had grand plans of finding the closest airport and shipping her back in a dog cage. We slept in a sleepy hick town somewhere in New Mexico. But today, today was good. Santa Fe is just beautiful. My colors ...
We could not make a stop in Baltimore without having steamed blue crabs. A favorite of mine over the last few trips to Baltimore has been LP steamers. I wanted to share this place with my family. We found it with little trouble. He to get gas first as we were running on fumes. As fun as running out of gas would have been we avoided it. Good job. The place is a little hole on the wall place, kind of ...
Had a wander around the waters edge. Lots of big boats parked up in the harbour while the owners were getting hammered in the bars.
We spent the evening watching the Baltimore Ravens play the Steelers in a bar. What made it more fun was that the Ravens lost.
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... along the harbor before the game and sampled cocktails while watching the boats and the harbor-side entertainers. An hour and a half before game time, we entered the stadium grounds and sauntered down Eutaw Street, while Bob oriented us to the park. The left of the street is bordered by a huge, brick building, the beautifully renovated B & O Warehouse. It’s as long as a city block. Embedded in the Eutaw Street pavement tiles are a number of bronze, ...
... Together we prayed that nobody would call so we wouldn't have to engage in labor. That's how this particular job worked. Imagine it like this: You sit at a desk, staring into the glowing faces of multiple stacked computer monitors and wait for angry people to call you to scream and curse about how their computer is behaving. Your job is to articulate the appropriate troubleshooting processes to the irate individual on the other end of the telephone, who could be ...