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... designation it decided to work. A few stops to clear the window or driving close to a truck to get some water spray to clear the icy window was required. Just before midnight, thanks to Brian's great driving we arrived safely to the warm welcome from Leane's Grandma Ruth. The next morning, the snow was like a thick white blanket on the lawn at the back of the house, a perfect setting for our first attempt at snowman making. If ...
... Mike - 19 pounds Katie - 54 pounds This doesn't include carry on either, and believe me, Katie's carry on is much heavier than mine. She packed light though... :-) Fun things seen at the airport: • woman wearing headphones and blasting a movie out of her phone at full volume. Ah technology -- it's tricky! • old people smashing over chairs because they have no idea how big their luggage ...
Nothing like waiting until the last second to pack. One night in NYC and two weeks in Australia. In NYC we're going to head into the city to have dinner with a friend, then back to the hotel. We're not leaving super early from JFK, but its early enough that it's going to be hard to get rest. The expectation level for this trip has been interesting. On my previous trips to Europe ...
... bought a bucket of ZESTAR apples for $3. My first juicy bite sent me to apple ambrosia heaven. Maura and I savored every succulent ZESTAR experience. We vowed to find more of this amazing fruit to fulfill our autumnal appetites.
In Pultneyville, I was drawn to a roadside library cart. As I was checking it ...
... a couple of weeks ago and is preparing to repeat the drop at Normandy on the 70th anniversary of D-day, June 6th.
The museum is fascinating and I was given the grand tour. They have (in pieces) a B-23 bomber, of which only 33 were ever built and none are flying today. Also a C119 “Flying Boxcar” which served in Burma during WWII. It was flown in to the museum site, parked and then gutted by ...