Hampton Inn Battle Creek
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... six hurdles.
Six men had assembled a very large railroad area, complete with six tracks of railroads and some pretty clever accessory areas.
All in all, two very pleasant ...
... Out in front was an young Amish man and young Amish lady in a two wheeled cart hitched to a high-spirited horse who wanted to really cut loose. Following behind at a more sedate pace was a four-wheeled buggy with the rest of the family. We passed them carefully, then proceeded on our way.
Today's route was very simple: I-79 to I-80 to I-69. Most of the day was spent traversing the Ohio Turnpike. We covered ...
What a travel day yesterday! Up at 4am for a 5.30 flight from Halifax to Toronto. Air Canada is very officious and it took some time to get baggage rearranged and through security. Then there was a medical emergency in board (where is Liz when you need her).
That was well handled but no service of coffee or tea so arrived in Toronto without having had coffee and the worst transit through ...
... of the gym twice during a workout one time, we got kicked out of the weight room...then went to an empty dance studio...got kicked out of there too...so we ended up doing push ups in the hall way. Actually this happened more than once, we've been kicked out of the weight room twice many times.
Two events in China put my declining fitness in perspective. First thing was when I was at the hot springs with my friends ...
... you." I'm glad we were able to meet.
The conversation was about to break apart as we would go our separate ways, but we knew it couldn't end with the phone.
"Hey before we call it a night, just one last thing. I don't believe this was a coincidence, and before we go, I just need to know if you know Jesus like I do."
"Oh, yes, yes." They said nearly in unison.
"I'm a Vietnam vet," said Steve.
"And I wear my cross around my neck every day," ...