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... when we get back!
The plan for today is to head to Anne's sister's house in Rockville, Maryland. She was kind enough to offer to put us up for the night, and even promised purloo - one of Dave's favorite meals. All with a free ride to the train station tomorrow. Can't beat that level of service!
UPDATE: It's now 10:45am central time, and we find ourselves just south of Roanoke, ...
Wow - things are getting real now. Departure time 4:30am tomorrow to drive to Anne's sister's house in the Washington DC area. We won't be home again until June 14... that's 3 1/2 weeks on the road!
Of course, packing for an excursion that covers domestic and international destinations is a bit of a challenge. We expect it to be hot in New York, but cold ...
... to get on the way to Memphis. The positive vibes were short lived when the oil light came on about 25 miles down the road. Luckily it was only the oil pressure switch which was easily fixed by a part brought at an Auto Shop off the highway. So far the engine has been holding up and we are now just outside of Huntsville, AL.
Both Dad and I have been completely blown away by the help we have received in ...
The start of our trip.
Departure from Huntsville toward Chicago. Got an all day lay over in Chicago because there is only one flght to Chicago from Huntsville.
All went well other than the American Airlines agent had to physically complete the baggage connection between Paris and Malta. This meant that he had to hand write the ultimate destination. I don' think he has ever heard of Malta.
Onward and ...
... Australia to which we were met with "why on Earth would you come to Huntsville?!"
It was a nice change going from New York where everyone seemed to be grumpy to the Deep South where people seemed a lot more interested. It wasn't uncommon for someone to walk past Indy and say things like "oh you're a cutie patootie aren't ya!?" Much more friendly!
One thing I did notice in Alabama was how overweight people were. This might be a weird thing to add in a blog but it ...