Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel
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The trip was inspired by reading two books in 2012. They were "The Journals of Lewis and Clark" by Bernard DeVoto and "Undaunted Courage" by Stephen Ambrose. The Journals book is a condensed version of the actual LC journals and is a chronological day by day coverage of the trip. I intend to use it for a daily reading to correspond with the location along the ...
... instead of removing them! I about messed my pants laughing and when I told them they were supposed to remove the cornhusks, they also laughed uncontrollably. After they were done laughing at themselves, they ate one without the cornhusk and couldn’t wait to get their hands on a few more. They volunteered to become future taste testers if the job ever opened up! I think we each ate about a dozen before we had to crawl away from the table!
These last two weeks have been an absolute whirlwind! We've applied "The Eye of the Tiger" in our moving ventures. It was great to have the extra time to dedicate to being thorough and cleaning extra tough, out-of-the-way spots. At the end of it all, though, we were left with an ultra desolate, ultra clean house. Despite the fact that Europe has been MONTHS in the making, despite the fact that we had TONS of time, I swear it still felt ...
Need I say more? Our adventure is at an end. At this point I guess I could write a book, but I think I'll just keep this short and sweet. During our six weeks of travel we saw so much of this beautiful country. Some we really liked and some we didn't especially care for, but it was all a great experience. Six weeks of motels, eating out, ...
I am a believer in enjoying the moment and being present, and all that jazz. There are people in my life who have died too young. I feel so disrespectful and selfish wishing time away, when others are running out, or have none.
"I wish the next 21 days would just vanish," said Michael. Truer words have not rested in my ears in a long while. I DO TOO!
I don't think either one of us really anticipated ...