HomeTown Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Last entry and few days late.
Boy, did this week go fast. We have 215 mile to go. Nothing planned today (Sun 14th) just driving home on different sides of the Mississippi then we did on our way down. Another good day for driving. We had just really good weather most days. When it rained that was mostly at night. It was hot a few days but nothing that the air-conditioner could not ...
... was so weird to see them rehearsing the same show I am doing here. I loved seeing everyone and watching their rehearsal. When I first got there, I felt like a celebrity with everyone running over and giving me hugs. It was so awesome! We listened to the vocal rehearsal, walked around the halls of the school, and got filled in on all of the drama. I wish I could have seen more of what they had done!
Finally, Monday night the family enjoyed a meal ...
... shops. Back at the Inn more friends from Scottsdale had arrived. A game of dominoes had begun. Scrabble got under way later. Siren oms were regularly sounded. Around 8, Laura and Beth had a special surprise on the patio - almond torte from Prandtl's in Shadyside, champagne, and tributes to Greta, Skeet and Diana, and Barbara. The air grew cooler, mosquitoes appeared, and folks drifted indoors. It was a beautiful prelude to the Big ...
... Towards the end of the summer, it started dripping a bit of oil. I took it out of the car and opened it up to find the rear main bearing melted. The rear journal of the crankshaft was damaged. It was obvious to me that I had the clearance to tight and the bearing was starved of oil. This was the point where I learned the aluminum lined shells needed more clearance than the earlier babbitt lined shells. We had made a couple freeway ...
... my study abroad program director Beth Wengler (who is a history prof, what perfect timing for me!) She said the course would have a focus on Medieval French History)