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... in my spare bedroom and check it everyday to see what I might want to add or take away...this way I don't stress out about packing at the last minute. I'll be packing a spare backpack for souvenirs and gifts for the return flight home. I'm very excited to share my adventure to the Philippines with all of you, so stay tuned for another amazing beach bucket list check off for ...
Back to mobile Odyssey life in the driveway of Jess and Aaron's just-closed-on "starter' home. On the way over we were treated to lunch at the famous "Portillo's", perhaps the next best sandwich to Glacier Pork barbeque.
But this house - I think they found the short sale of the decade. I'm very happy for ...
... my mind on that. (Since she is usually right, I should listen; but I am married so there's no telling if I will.) We are much more prepared for beaches with air pumps, inner tubes, and deluxe beach umbrellas. On this trip, the I-Pass is a requirement too. Other than that, most of the setup is the same as our other trips.
After a bit of sleep, we will head east. I think I will head to Niagara Falls first, but I am not sure which route I will take (Ontario or ...
The museum is huge. I stayed until closingtime and didn't come close to seeing the entire museum. I had bought tickets to a temporary exhibit, Whales, Giants of the Deep, and the 3D movie Waking the T. rex: The Story of SUE. The exhibit and movie were fine but I could have used the time to see more of the museum. I saw almost none of the anthropology exhibits.
I had some ...
... piano. He loved Poland and was disheartened with it being torn apart and off the map. President Wilson listened to him and had Bullet Point 13 added to the Versailles Peace Treaty saying that Poland should be an independent country. In 1919 Paderewski became Poland’s First Minister of Foreign Affairs. During WWII Paderewski knowing that the Polish army needed money and supplies came to the U.S. to raise money by ...