Drury Inn & Suites Forest Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the wild blue yonder, heading WAY south of the border to see more of the Americas.
I must admit that, like many Americans, I usually think of US residents when I use the term "Americans". I know that I rarely think of Canadians and Mexicans as American, even though they reside in North America. And I hardly ever consider Brazilians, Argentines or Chileans when I toss the term "American" around. I know they are Americans. I just get lazy in my thinking.
... Citrus Express."
A special thanks to John and Sharon Gibbs, Kurt and Jenny Buchholtz, Greg and Yvette Seltz, Harold Melzer, Kurt and Jodi Klauss, and Tim and Debby Kinne and the entire LHM pilgrimage family.
I pray God continues to hold you in His Hand, bless you and that we may someday meet on another pilgrimage.
Please continue to keep Rich and Carol in your prayers
... to any lingering effects. Each leg of the arch can push positive and negative ions into the air so as to create a positive or negatively charged field that can ‘push’ storms out of the way. During the day, this amazing monument stands as the gateway to the west, but after hours this man-made marvel turns into one of the most powerful weather controlling devices ...
... it on when necessary, but hopefully I will just feel differently well before I get there.
3. I think I’m going to leave something that I really wanted to bring.
4. I hope the showers get hot at my homestay. Cold showers were the worse part of my Guatemala experience…well that and getting robbed.
5. I hope my family and school placement are a really good fit for me.
6. I ...
... cities that has collections well beyond what you might expect for city of its size, a result of gifts by wealthy industrialist benefactors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is similar for places like Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and Milwaukee, cities we nowadays think of more as models of rust belt industrial decline.
Every museum has a few highlights ...