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Well, I've been up since 6AM on Monday morning, and it's past 2 PM here at the airport in Bangkok. The long flight to Abu Dhabi (via Etihad Airlines) was excellent. I had never flown with them before and their planes are amazingly modern and with a state-of-the art entertainment system. After cruising along at almost 680 miles per hour, we made it to Abu Dhabi in under 13 hours, and I met my traveling companion, George, at the departure gate ...
The anticipation is building and becoming unbearable as our trip to the magical world of Disney approaches (35 days from today actually, but who's counting?) I actually feel like I could die from the days dragging and the worry that we'll forget something very important or bad weather or some other disaster strikes. Just the sheer anxiety and excitement are too much! Will the day ever get here??? But for me, the stress ...
... today he suggested that I move to Annapolis which would be lots closer to claims rather than Frederick. I’d actually started to get a room in Frederick yesterday but then just hesitated and then hesitated again today. This turns out to be a good thing since Annapolis is much closer to my claims.
I did check out campgrounds near Annapolis for both tomorrow and for when Dale comes in two weeks. I may have to check it out sooner than later.
... dinner in Manassas, our much anticipated destination of Ben's Whole Hog BBQ was tragically closed. Closed permanently that is, an old shack with an asian name sat in it's place at 2466 Old Centerville Road, looking dilapidated and sad- Not nearly as sad as the look on Jesse's face when he realized that whole hog was not in the cards for him that night. After a frustrating look at yelp's local food options, we decided to go about it the old fashion way and ...
... fighting. Drills, walking from town to town, cooking meals, chatting with friends, games, letters to family, etc. occupied most of the soldiers' lives and are the focus of these displays. The exhibits do a nice job in highlighting that these were just average men -- farmers, draftsmen, hunters -- now part of a Confederate army. The basement featured rotating exhibits including art of the Civil War ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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