Courtyard Little Rock West
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... at times, loving each other, laughing, creating private jokes ("acting. genius. Thank you.") and thrills. I am so thankful we are able and blessed to have these opportunities with my family. This is what I have hoped for my family my whole life. I can't wait to continue our journey this week and throughout the rest of the 50 states.
Tomorrow we are off to memphis to see The KING.
... in each President's library. Of course, there were a lot of photos and history of his family and the Presidency.
After visiting the museum, we enjoyed lunch at Forty Two, a nice restaurant in the Presidential Museum. Yes, Bill Clinton was the 42nd President. The food was very tasty. Jim enjoyed his muffuletta, but said the original New Orleans ...
... In any event, we decided to sign up for VBT's hardest trip - the Tuscan Hill towns. The company rates it as moderate/advanced. If we complete all of the riding options, we will cover about 175 miles in six days!
Stay tuned. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.
... and even when it isn't the first thing on our minds (because all we can really think about is if they're going to find something illegal in our carry ons), it is a part of who we are and we somehow radiate it. I hope we can keep those smiles for the next 19 days. Not just the kind where you turn the corners of your mouth upward, but the kind that are just so different and so special that they are worth being mentioned by a tired airport employee before the crack of ...
This day was exhausting. The Clinton Library does a wonderful job of capturing the presidency, but that was the reason we were there. Again this day, I spoke with many interesting folks: a professor of presidential history at the University of Arkansas, the head of the Woodrow Wilson home site in Washington DC, and many more. We listened to the challenges of running presidential sites and keeping the public engaged. How do you tell the story of presidency, especially flawed ...