La Quinta Motor Inn Airport
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... Most go to see the major cities and the national parks all of which are impressive and admirable. Few ever wander unsupervised into the wilderness of crops that mark out the heartland. This is a shame, for any chance at a real understanding of this complex and difficult country must come to terms with this vast tract of land and its millions of highly productive inhabitants.
Finally, we did reach our far horizon and the plains petered out. We loped into ...
... a pleasure to see him of course. They dropped us off at Colin's place of employ, the historic priory and hotel in the north shore, and enjoyed seeing the cathedral still standing from 1852 and taking in a few drinks. One final stop before bed at Murray ave grill for what Laura said has surpassed all others as her NEW favorite veggie burger and we were ready to put the cap on the 'burgh! See yinz next time, we're off to ...
... Back on more medicine. I fared better with my cardiologist. I asked if my blood work changed since my bypass. I was eating all this green stuff and soy products, and lentils and, and, you remember doc what you said about quality of life, and we need to be happy? Remember doc? So, my blood work hasn't improved that much - if at all, has it doc??? ****! My fats are down, my bad stuff is down and my good stuff is up. Keep up the ...
... better about ourselves. You simply make people feel like they matter. And that is not a gift that everyone has. The other reason that it really is hard to lift up your positive qualities is that you are so humble and immediate in your serving of others that sometimes it can almost go unnoticed. Whenever someone asks you to do something, or you would be assigned a task or chore, or someone would even just voice a need that someone had, you simply just go ahead and do it. You never say ...
Woke up about 0730 and got ready to head off for Chesterland, OH. Floyd came about 0830 and we all went to breakfast. Back at the campground, we said goodbye, promising to come up more often now that we are retired.
About 40 miles before we arrived at Helen and Loren Gisselbeck's, we heard a loud bang. Jim thought it was a blowout so we pulled t the shoulder. It wasn't the tires. Jim ...
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