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... on their iphones and what not to have their faces visible. I must say though, the silouette is a pretty cool shot. A note, one of the booths is an official photo booth, and when you're on the ledge, get all your photos, otherwise it'll take awhile before you get a second time in there.
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... Thanksgiving, Christmas, either of my sisters' and parents' birthdays, New Years, or my birthday.
So that is the general plan of my journey! I'm trying to be as prepared as possible but really I have no idea what I am getting myself into. All I know is I will be dancing, traveling, meeting new people, making money, and starting my adult life in a really exciting way!
Wish me luck, send me some advice, stay tuned, and I'll see ya in 2015!
... about as we enjoyed a late dinner. We had a terrific day but really just scratched the surface of this great city.
Family Folklore: After the boat tour we were starving. We came upon a California Pizza Kitchen and had a lovely dinner. There was a terrific breakfast at our hotel. When the waitress heard we were on a road trip she loaded us up with muffins, fruit and yogurt parfaits.
I got into Chicago bright and early at 11:30 PM and fortunately Riley the nice, young lad I was staying with was working the night shift so he was able to show me the way from Chicago's Union Station to his apartment.
Chicago was a snowy, icy "winter wonderland" from the moment I stepped off the train and it proceeded to remain in the 20 for the three days I was here. I heard more than a few people tell me that the summers make all the cold worth it, I think they're ...
Each little railside town has its own trailer park, often quite large.
Day three, woke up in bitterly cold Omaha, clear and sunny, not as much snow. Flat, rolling agricultural land. On into Iowa, past Winterset, Madison County where John Wayne was born. Saw a herd of deer gracefully leap a fence and run across a flattened corn field.
Crossed the partially frozen Mississippi at ...