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... work and riders of every description. Riders that looked like they had stepped out of an old western, Poncho meets Via, riders that were dressed in cattle clothes, in gauchos, in tight clothes, all shapes of riders both male and female, and ninos riding along with their parents, fancy and plain the riders and their horses came.
The next thing they seem to like here in a parade is official vehicles. Police cars, fire engines, city dignitaries in fancy convertibles, and they love ...
... say, but does he
have any idea of what the hell the problems are in the Northern hemisphere, and
does he care. I had really liked the idea of electing the guy from the USA. He has
charisma, character, a sense of humour, and I am sure being from his
surroundings, a firm grip on the problems of the world, and what seems a great
ability to deal with them. Is this not what we need in leadership today? Man,
listen to the Sunday morning ...
... a well traveled companion. Granddaughter Avery from St. Louis area has graciously allowed us to give her Stanley more opportunities to see the world. We have been glad to help.
Just back from Louie's, ate a variety of seafook until I was stuffed. It's about a 5 mile drive to the island from where Joan now lives, and I can't believe the number of cops on the highway with people pulled over.
... I had a hell of a time
spelling that, of course I have spell check, but it bugs the **** out of me to
see that red line under a word, and realize I have spelled it so badly that the
on going spell check can not repair it, or figure out what I am trying to
write. Therefore it sits there in red as I proceed down the page, and my mind
takes off to bugging me as to what is the right spelling) Go back to options.
of Travelogue, as I have rolled it out ...
Beach was a little chilly on Christmas Eve but water was warm enough to get in and play... Dug the biggest hole to play in and build a fort around. After a few hours on the beach collecting shells and digging in the sand, we went mass and then hit the sack to wait for ...