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... pole in center field. The warning track is not up against the wall but rather a small hill that slopes up to the wall and has a flag pole (in the field of play) near the top. The distance to the wall here is 436 so it doesn't come into play too often and didn't for my game. Like Chase Field in Arizona the retractable roof was closed due to high temps. Unlike Chase Field, where the outdoor light came in from many places to the point where it didn't ...
... so we will be at the airport at 4am. (Ruthie doesn't know that part!). The rest of the posse, including our girls fly out at around 10am. We should all meet in Honolulu around 2pm Hulu-skirt time (+7 hrs Texas time). I imagine we will get unloaded, fed, and settled around midnite Hawaii time. That should make for a fun-filled 28hr period of no sleep for Ruthie and ...
Started at the Capitol building which governs Texas. Its elaborate design includes big Greek pillars and a dome at 283ft high making it the tallest congress building in the states. We were x rayed for firearms on entry then allowed to explore freely. The free tour guide we were out off by from the loud piercing American tour guides voice. After ascending to the highest balcony in the dome and finding hidden phalic symbols in the floor patterns we walked down the main avenue of ...
... to find a GPS signal. While I'm waiting I find a sign that leads me to the freeway and I'm off and running again.
The drive is just as ordinary as the one into Dallas. Flat straight roads, green fields but there were trees as I headed south. My first point of call on heading into Houston was the location of the dawn service; I wanted to get my bearings. I had gotten into the habit of booking my accommodation late on the day of my trip. It gave me more freedom ...
We head home tomorrow. This will be our last day in Prague. First day of bad weather. Raining but highs in 40s. Weather turned out beautifully this afternoon with highs in 40's. No hats necessary. Prague has 3 opera houses and over 300 hotels Charles Square is largest square in Central Europe. Prior to 18th century it was cattle trading location. Now it is a park. Vaclavske Square ...
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