Hilton Garden Inn Madison West/Middleton
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... he said. Me ??? I said nothing and just let him mumble his excuses. Truth be told I was thinking i should have bought the Glock...Maybe this is why they have the 3 day rule...Anyhow, off Dave went to see what could be done.
Back he comes and said---"sorry, nothing can be done at this time". I asked him how long it would take to put Ol Charlie back together. He said I will go down and talk to them personally. He came back in ...
... heading back to Denpasar, I saw a load of potholes up ahead. I braked too hard (riding manual for the first time) and lost the back end of my motorbike, causing EVERY one of the 4 bikes behind me to pile up. I was mortified, especially as Verena was hurt, and another German guy had a sore wrist. I lied and said that the brakes had locked up because I was too embarrassed to admit my inadequacies. Needless to say, at the end of the day everyone was ...
... it without the love and support from the individuals who surround me. I am so happy to be where I am today. I have truly found some amazing people who will always be in my heart.
I still have to raise over $1,000 for the rest of my trip, so I plan to save up as much money as possible over the summer, and I'm planning to set up a bake sale to make a little extra cash on the side.
There will be more to come soon!
... it, wrinkled and gray. It was nice. Just as nice was the wonderful and larger-than-it-looked hidden alcove right below the arch. There is evidence of ancient people camping/living here. I can imagine it would have had great spiritual meaning and I could imagine groups of hunters staying here as they hunted the mammoths at the edge of the glacier. We didn't spend long here, less than an ...
... Akasofu is content to let others bat it around. In
a career entering its sixth decade in which his own theories have been both
embraced and disproven, Akasofu wonders if we will ever fully understand the
aurora. One of his favorite quotes regarding the mystery of it all is from
Charles Hall, an arctic explorer of the 19th century, who, pondering lights in
the sky, wrote in 1864: “Who but God can conceive such infinite scenes ...