Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa-Woodland Hills 71st-Memorial
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... salad and two local IPAs. Got back to the "big house" and promptly got sick. Off to bed at 10pm for me!
It was so good to finally meet Cindy's family (after almost 30 years!). Nice clan. I might have to visit them again...
I head out in the a.m. for Santa Rosa, New Mexico where I will spend the night.
... went to the Olive Garden for dinner.
Got back to the house and Cindy dragged out some old photo albums to jog my fading memory of places we went to when we were in high school. God, we looked SO YOUNG! Where has the time gone? Up until after midnight reminiscing. What fun we had...and what secrets we kept!
Cindy took Friday off from work so we could catch-up.
Fun time. Off to bed!
... on for a number of years. The flight to San Francisco took most of the day and after stopping in Las Vegas, NV where I got off and wandered around a bit to the toilet and looking at slot machines, I arrived in San Francisco. Taking a cab, I went to The Presidio military post where Wanda’s cousin, Verba Lee Green’s husband, MAJ L. D. Green was the Post Adjutant. The Presidio is located at the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge and was a historical post. The ...
It has been 49 years since I went to Vietnam the first time. I always thought I would return some how but never with my oldest son, Steve, and the family of a lady who worked for my assigned US Army unit in 1966-67. As I prepare for the trip, with the help of Teresa Pham's daughter Jacqueline Vo, the details are numerous: to include hotels, air and day trips. It is a strange feeling. But, the closer I get the more excited I ...
... from room to room. A quality forced-air system would probably consist of a Coleman two-stage furnace with a variable-speed blower motor. Our home would be separated into numerous zones, I suggest Arzel Zoning Systems, with different thermostats, and the air would be distributed through well-sealed, insulated ducts. In a lot of cases, such an updated hot-air system will certainly still cost less than a hydronic system.