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- I arrived here without incident on Friday. Charlie and sons were on a road rally in the Chevelle. Nancy took me with her to girls night in and we watched a couple of movies. Both tear jerkers but good ones, Nebraska and Still Mine. Saturday we picked up Trevor and Cristina followed us ...
... opportunities we, the delegates, will have are incredible. I will be meeting with leaders of schools, teachers and students and sharing my culture and experiences while learning about theirs. Japan is a country rich in culture and history...I'm so excited to experience it through JCCC. I will miss my children, boyfriend and family, but can't wait to embark on this journey and share my experiences with ...
We arrived in Chicago during a Polar Vortex which was causing the city to suffer temperatures as low as -17 degrees with wind chills as low as -45 degrees!. It was said to be the coldest period of time in Chicago within the last 100 years! The city was being called "Chiberia" in the local press as everything froze or was freezing in the City. We ran right into the middle of this coldest of weather as it caused us to sit on the runway for three hours after our flight ...
... them along for a rental car. When renting a car, so think ahead by bringing your own car seat.
Whenever you go camping, be it on a camping or other trip, you must carry local maps along with you.
Before traveling to a foreign country, purchase an electrical adapter or voltage converter from a discount electronics store. If you have to buy one at the last minute, you will probably pay much more money than you would have at home.
... 2 weeks later. They had all the regular stuff but I had an omelet that was outstanding, Mary had fruit filled crepes and I do not recall in any fashion what the kids had.
Lunch was at the Porterhouse Restaurant, another establishment that was picked at random.
- Z and C had a Bulmer's cider
- P had a Guinness ( I know, what a surprise)
- M had a Coca Cola
- Z had a bowl of Dingle Ball chowder, not really sure what was in it but he said ...