Holiday Inn Shreveport Airport West
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... flown by President Bush that they are hoping will be adopted by the Bush presidential library. It turns out that the A-12 (Dorito) mockup was held as evidence in the lawsuit between GD and the Navy but as soon as the suit was settled last year, it was donated (dumped) to the museum. All of the work on the aircraft is done by volunteers, mostly retired military aircrew and mechanics. I was glad we got to see it, and Dan was very glad, both to see the ...
... loose little money which was very unusual for him. He said he got it out of his system for another year. Heard freight train near by at night plus lots of birds chirping in the background. One night and on our way to Vicksburg, LA for site of many Civil War battles. Staying two ...
... double and a half carport, and a lovely property, both front and back. As said
the back spills out onto the waterway, a tributary of Caddo Lake, and has a 2
boat open boat house which hauls their 15 ft. aluminum fish boat out of the
water and what they call the barge, but we would know as a pontoon.
Chet and Osie treat us warmly, and we were
shown around the house and around the neighborhood, and were taken on a boat
ride up and down the Caddo ...
... that takes you in at 10:00 and noon and picks you up at either 4:00 or 8:00 p.m. We take the 10 a.m. in and the 8 p.m. back. We had a nice walk around the town before we boarded a gray line tour for 2.5 hours around several of the hot spots of N'Alins. We stopped at one of the grave sites and walked around a bit, then to the 2nd largest park in the US, called Sculptures Park. It is huge and quite a wonderful thing for New Orleans. We then saw some of the ...
... to Leesburg, Florida as their Rector. The Trees are my nomination for the family of the century. Kathleen homeschools the five boys in addition to writing and teaching Sunday School curricula for children, managing the household, and roasting coffee beans for the best coffee I ever tasted.
Tom is busy with all the duties of a Rector on the one hand, and doing his share in raising an amazing family on ...