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... I knew of in Wichita, the Wichita State University campus, we were back on 135, heading north to meet up with I-70 west. Along the way we stopped in Salina, where 135 and 70 junction, and pulled off for some lunch. Throughout the drive yesterday, I kept seeing signs for a burger place called "Freddy's." It originally caught my eye because the logo looks exactly like the "Friendly's" logo in the northeast. That coincidence, combined with ...
... and his lovely bride Jessie got married there at a lovely wedding chapel. The ceremony was performed by my dad and it was a great family affair. Uncle Willie was remembered by a lit candle on the altar and it was an emotional day in that regard. I am so happy for both Jessie and Jerah. They both got a great ...
... moving so fast that it doesn’t have time to look back, buildings are expendable, even those as young as 20 years old are torn down for new ones to replace them. Progress is the critical element here, and winning is vitally important.
It will be fascinating to see where these two unique countries move to over the next decade or two. The new Japanese prime minister is desperately trying to help Japan regain its economic ascendancy, and its ...
... delay and blown our connection. Of course it had. Because, did I mention the 13 inches of snow expected in Chicago? The gate agent didn't hesitate about moving us to the nonstop. But because it needed to be a paper ticket, she had to send me off to the customer service counter to finish it. Where I wrangled a sleep-deprived toddler (only one of them, though) for 25 minutes while the agent there wrestled with SHARES. Fun times.
... Deer Ridge Junction. Wow, the views were breathtaking & magnificent, I only hope some of my photos do it justice. In some you can see snow that had previously settled. We then made our way back to the town of Estes. On route we came across several Elk, we were even lucky enough to see a bunch of females herded by the men, even our tour guide has said in 25 yrs she has never seen that! As we pulled into the quaint town ...