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... is really happening!! Once we arrived we learned that we would have the afternoon to explore the city on our own so I posted a desperate Facebook plea to anyone who could recommend things to do. Michelle Kerbel, a girl from Yael's class at JDS gave me a call and sent us off to the Strip District for lunch. She was accurate in describing it as a Shuk meets Eastern Market. This town is filled with Italians and Polish- and it's evident just by ...
We are leaving Ohio today and heading northeast.
Going through Ohio we went through Zanesville, named after Zane Gray. There is an exhibit here for him, but we didn't stop. Still I thought the Gray family would get a kick out of this, so I am posting it for Betty to see and share. Highway 666 that had a big sign across it saying that it was "Impassable due to sever weather conditions." We took that to mean that Hell is in ...
... the home is filled with built-in settees furnished in gorgeous reds and yellows and tapestry-like fabrics and the wax polished stone slab floors are scattered with tribal rugs. The open hearth in the main living room is built on gently sloping slabs of the rock and some windows open out without supporting frames obscuring the corners. Built-in cupboards and shelving and cantilevered desks all in handsome timber, much walnut, ...
... and monitors in the general store. Can you see my chest starting to puff up? When we got here we found out that Ranger Brown has been off with a severe case of bronchitis for weeks and no one is sure when he will be able to return to work. Also the IT department has not approved the installation of the cameras. Imagine - 500 miles from nowhere and they have an IT department. Anyway, we are working in the general store with ...
... Right! The Anchorage hospital, Providence, is pretty nice on the inside too. They put in three more stents (for a total of 8) and treated me with kid gloves. I was expecting anesthesia to be a bottle of whisky and a large wooden hammer. The surgeon was from Johns Hopkins and was in Alaska to get away from all the crazy running around on the east coast.
We started back to PA August 10th by way of Ft. Collins, CO. We wanted to see if ...
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