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The Sculpture Garden makes a walk in the park an extraordinary jaunt. The most famous sculpture in the park is the Spoonbridge and Cherry, located in the middle of the park. And there is a lot to see as you make your way towards that huge, red fruit.
But there is one that is easy to miss, because it is actually located in the Cowles Conservatory. The Frank Gehry sculpture is a magnificent glass fish, perfectly proportioned to nibble on that cherry.
... largest nesting area of passenger pigeons with 136,000,000 pigeons nesting there. That's a lot of pigeons over 850 square miles!!! Of special interest is that the last known passenger pigeon died at the Cincinnati zoo in 1914. Some of this terrain reminded Dick and I of northern Michigan. Just the beginning of seeing all the different landscapes this country has to offer! We also crossed the Mississippi River which I really didn't realize that we would. So, got the ...
... running last minute errands and tiding things up. It was really nice to live with mom once again after 10 years. Even though it was a short period of time it felt like old times when I was young living with all my family. Malia and we became even closer. It was very sweet but I was sorry and sad to see her so sad to see us go.
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... of college. I've never wanted anything more in my entire life but there is a nagging sensation that keeps telling me to forget about it and stay curled up with my dog and safe surroundings instead.
I leave in twenty-one short days and I have to make it enough time. Enough time to do the obvious, such as pack, organize, and prepare, but also enough time to decide which career path to choose ...
... was pretty awful. And awkward too! The problem with being in coach when you're trying to sleep is that you have to keep changing the direction of what way your neck goes... Then if you put your legs up on your seat your knees get squished so they need to be changed over as well. It was just a really ****** experience. The fact that they don't carry blankets is absurd. They weren't very friendly either! So we land in Dallas at about 12.15am. Thankfully my bags came off quickly so ...