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There's a recurring theme throughout my trip and that is the generosity of people I have never met. After an early start and two flights I arrived at Akron, Ohio airport (tiny) to be greeted by Dana and her son Shaun waving a banner out of the window of their car. I had emailed Amanda, who works for the hOur Share, when I was having trouble deciphering ...
... them back correctly. Well, guess what? We couldn't find it. We gave up and went home. We had left over lasagna etc. for dinner. Just as good the second time around. Tomorrow we, Vickie, Linda and I are off to see Niagra Falls. We are going to see them from the Canadian side. Looking forward to it as this is where our Mom and Dad got married many moons ago. Love to all. We miss you and wish you were here ! ...
... while we were eating dinner last night. Glad we weren't in a tent. Somewhere along the way we changed time zones again. Seems like we a ways west for it to be the eastern time zone, but it is. Won't have to change our clocks again for 11 or 12 days. The country is pretty here. Looks a little like Virginia. Trees are just starting to change. Only pic we took was of those trees but it didn't turn out awfully well. ...
So I had really hoped I would only have carry on luggage but at the last moment I have decided to check my bag. It is in a carry on sized bag but I am not I. The mood to carry it around the airport. I have insurance so all should be fine. I do have pictures of what I got in the bag. I should have less on the way back as a lot of the toiletries will be used up. I am flying to Dulles in DC and then I am off to Paris. Well I have made it Dulles. At first. I thought we would be late as ...
... seems lovely. Perhaps because of the conservative attitude from some of the city’s inhabitants. My only Cleveland reference (no Frank Sinatra songs this time) are Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books (one of the lead characters escapes Cleveland for the more bohemian San Francisco).
The second day here was incredibly hot and we managed to find the only two buses in the whole city without ...
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