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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... I would have done some damage to someone’s head anyway). Well, he was determined that I would do it so after some instruction, I managed to do it on the fifth go. Lots of fun if a bit macabre. Linton, of course, did it first go but he had had practice as a boy.
There was soap making, candle making, spinning and weaving, hunting, pottery, carpentry, gunsmith, and taxidermy. This man hunted bears and trapped beavers even today. He ...
... of movies, music, network series episodes and the other options which all caused monitor crashes.
To our surprise served lunch. Not sure why surprised it was listed on our itinerary. The big challenge will it be chicken or pasta. I really don’t think either is the correct answer but find the pasta usually looks edible and often has some liquid as compared to dry chicken surprise. Served with red or white wine and efficient airline attendants. Later we ...
... to smile and then glanced at my lap and saw my Bible and replied with an even bigger grin, “I like yours too.” It turns out, I was sitting next to Greg Dyson, Baptist minister and assistant to the president of Cedarville University near Dayton. He was on his way to up-state New York to give a some talks to Christian youth at a major teen camp being held there.
As we started to talk, he conveyed to me some of his background and experiences pastoring ...
Leaving Botswana and entering Zambia again was a little easier since we knew the customs drill. We drove back to Livingston to fly home from their new airport which had just opened this week. We had a few hours to kill so our driver let us off at a street market for ...