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Caroline and I were married last July 6th and this weekend we are looking to celebrate it by getting out of town. I thought, 4th of July weekend, where would be better than Washington DC. I have not been to DC since I was in high school but thought that a weekend of museums, history and fireworks could be fun. Plus it is only an 8 hour drive from home.
... the plane ride, the length of time, the food, the people, the accommodations, etc. That was when my legs started to shake. I feel that God puts a block on my processing when big doors open in front of me. That way when I finally do start to process what door I actually entered, it almost seems too late to turn around because I see what great things were behind it all ...
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... everything was closed. We found the old capitol building and the old train station. I'm sure tomorrow we'll see the rest of town. The old part of Frankfort is so small that I'm not sure how we'll get 10 km in. Maybe we won't? The weather is really something. We're not used to the humidity. Today it was 80 degrees and rainy. Tomorrow is supposed to be 88 degrees ...
... to make time as Richard figured we could do the trip home in two 10 hour segments. We were torn between I95 and I75 but a look at the forecast made the decision easy. With snow forecast on the I95 route and no snow tires on the Jag, we chose I75.
I have brief recalls of the trip. When we were in Georgia there were lots of white (Loblolly Bay? Dogwood?), ...
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