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... to weather patterns in the west and northwest but the patterns are difference here with no big mountains to deflect incoming storms. Our experience in Texas taught us that it can change directions in short order so we keep a close eye on our weather apps such as Westherbug and MyRadar. We watch the satellites. And look out the window too. And look out the side view mirrors ...
Time is getting close for our travels to Italy. We are excited; our adventures will include: Rome, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Florence, Tuscany, Pisa, Venice, Milan and the Italian and Swiss Alps.
Plane and train tickets have been purchased a well as tickets to several historical sights - Vatican, Academy of the Arts (David) and Uffizi Gallery.
We are looking forward to meeting up with our friends (Phyllis and Michale) from England in ...
Our first stop today was at Pontiac, IL at the site of the Route 66 museum. The museum is a small shop tucked away in a small town across the street from its fire department.
Run on a volunteer basis there are a ton of artifacts from people travelling along Route 66. It even includes a VW Minibus packed with all kinds ...
... dancing atop the building. We tried to see the old Joliet prison from there but couldn't find it. Our next stop was to take a picture of the Gemini Giant at the Launching Pad Drive In in Wilmington. It is one of the three "Giants" in Illinois. The Drive in is now closed so we had to travel on south to find our lunch. We stopped at Becker's Marathon Station in Dwight, a 1933 ...
... The name wasn't officially changed until 1935 when Ford was 22 years old. I never knew that.
The rest of the museum was about the 1970s and how Ford had never wanted to be President. He was never elected President. He was named VP by Nixon when Spiro Agnew was forced to resign. And became President when Nixon resigned due to the Watergate scandall in 1974. I know that because that was the year we got married. Ford had come ...