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... didn't have them either. We then went to Culver's for ice cream, which they did have! Pizza was ordered for supper when we arrived home, but it wasn't just any old pizza. This was authentic Chicago deep-dish pizza, and it was heavenly! After supper, we started a bonfire and roasted marshmallows. Everybody went to bed sooner or ...
... I'll be doing something Lewis & Clark didn't: I'll be bringing a baby..... Wait! They DID bring a baby, little Jean Chabboneau, Sacajawea's baby. They did it without the Interstate and across a country full of unknown Indian nations. I'll have gas stations and c-stores and fresh water everywhere. If I'm tired of camping, there will be motels. Most of the grizzlies, whom they called "gentlemen," are dead. But where they remain, I will ...
... if I plan on making it there anytime soon. Those beaches in Michigan have a siren song. (We were just there the other day enjoying the Warren Dunes.) From there I will skip across the Erie Canal to the Hudson River and then head south to NYC and then the Jersey Shore. From there, who knows. Who knows if I will even go there? I might wake up tomorrow and decide to go West again. I might check the weather maps and see a hurricane and head straight north, so stay tuned.
... Urban Habitat) came up with definitions for "tallest building in the world" by creating four categories. They are the height to the architectural top, to the highest occupied floor, to the roof and to the tip. The Willis Tower held the architectural top record until the Petronas Towers were completed in 1998 and the highest occupied floor and roof records until Taipei 101 was completed in 2003, It also held the tip record from the completion ...
... fried in a pan.
What a great day to celebrate our heritage, even Dave enjoyed being a part of our Polish heritage today.
Good night and God bless all the Polish people (including my relatives) who have made this country what it is today. As well as the many men, women and children who gave up their lives or put their lives in danger to help other human beings. As always, may God bless all my readers. Good ...
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