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... Leon & Janie
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... please don't don't say say anything anything!"What is with the trucks? We were making great progress along I-75 after the border and suddenly the traffic came to a dead stop. Thirty minutes later we met the culprit, steel rods all over the highway...see "dropping the load". We did have some chuckles on route...you can tell exactly where you are by the road signs...see "Y'All". My favourite chuckle of ...
Took a break from the riding yesterday to enjoy some of that natural beauty that's been all around me this trip. However, I was going underground this time to the longest known cave system in the world, Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. It is an amazing labyrinth with over 350 miles of passageways, rooms, shafts and rivers, all around 400 feet underground. Above ground is quite ...
... to none at this point. Procrastination is not something in which I usually partake, but I suppose realizing I am leaving is what has kept me from doing too much in preparation for the journey.
I will not comment too much on my last day at WCHS, as it was hard enough leaving, but I will simply look forward to Germany and know teaching and learning never ends.
... of pigs and wild turkeys – this is a city that embraces its pioneer past.
Asheville seems to have a hipster vibe – obvious after only 45 minutes of walking around. There are a lot of art studios, gift shops and restaurants. (There's also the requisite number of folks walking around with dreadlocks and freaky piercings.) I was there about 20 years ago and it was pretty rough downtown, so it’s exciting to see how well ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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