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... minutes. As we sat waiting to leave we watched them unloaded the bags from that plane. Thank goodness it was not us. Still not a good feeling. As we taxi out we see the engine open on another plane. Not a good feeling. But we had no issues, made it back to Nashville on time without any crying babies!!!
Our airport transport, Dave, was there immediately. We arrived home safe and ...
... and we hope to enjoy camping with them for several days before we head both West and North, and they head back home to TX. From there, as usual, we have no definite plans or reservations. It will unfold as it happens. This may help to explain the title of this new travel blog—Small House…Big Yard. The title is somewhat plagiarized from an article by the same name in the June 2014 Family Motor Coach Association magazine. I thought it explained ...
... southwestern ranch dipping sauce...another $3 app...they were both very good..Then Tony and I shared a order of 10 Wings "WILD" flavor which is the one next to the hottest ..."BLAZE"...we love their wings..
Noel got her 10 wings...5 of the "Hot BBQ" and 5 of the "Chipotle Hot Rub"...she also shared some of the appetizers of course because they were for the table...I also always order carrots and celery sticks with bleu cheese and ranch dipping sauces..We love this ...
... the low opening machine. It weighs the bag, spits out a bag tag, which Ed attaches to the luggage. Hit continue and the door comes down and the luggage disappears. What a great machine. There is a line of these so we do not back up with people very much. Off we go to kill time. Since these stores take $'s Susan finds something to buy, besides coke! We do get cokes to finish up the €5 we have left. This is a big busy airports but it seems all airports ...
... Pride, the Everly Brothers, Jim Reeves, and Eddy Arnold. The tour guide was a young man who clearly loved the country music scene and was totally reverent as he explained the history of the room. We even got to sit at the piano that Elvis used to record many of his hits. The guide explained that Elvis wanted to buy this particular piano and the studio owner (Chet Atkins) told Elvis that he did not have ...