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... painting with an illusion in it - two people who turned into an old man's face if you looked at it the right way. Daniel was very interested that at that point in time they had such amazing artists and that people from humble backgrounds can grow up and make such an impression on the world. He really liked Dali's melting clocks because it's such a famous painting and such a lot of detail went into ...
... another! Even a few 747-800 with GE's newest GEnx engines, (gotta put in a plug for my former employer)! Even the modified Boeing 747 that carries fuselage parts of the 787. Hey, you have to pass the time some way!!
Alaska is 4 hours behind Tampa, Our 4 o’clock flight means we are leaving at 8 PM on a Wednesday night! After stops in Seattle, and Atlanta, we are back in Tampa at 9 AM on Thursday!
So here we are 3 ...
One month from today, we'll be waking up in Seattle. Washington State. Pacific Standard Time. Well, perhaps not waking up; after an 8-day road trip, it's very possible we'll just be sleeping all the way through February 9th.
But we've made so much progress in the last week! More clothes purged, Doohickeys and junk donated, and most importantly, all of our hotels along the way have been booked.
We had a great stay with Tom and Deb. Tom worked with Nat for many years at Mobil and they have been golf partners forever!!! Tom retired four years ago and they spend six months in Mulberry and six months in Farmington. Oddly enough the two days we were there we played golf two times but it was my kind of ...
... Gary has managed to keep it over the years. When I saw it, I remembered that I had purchased an identical decanter for my son, Robert, which we opened on his 21st birthday.
Also on display was a photo taken at a bicentennial color guard ceremony, July 4th, 1976.
The left guard is Staff Sergeant Don Denlinger. The right guard is Sergeant Dan Deering. Carrying the Marine Colors is Staff Sergeant Gary Golan, ...