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On our way to Chicago we decided to pull over on the side of the road in Jamestown Indiana and have a catch with our baseball gloves. We threw a ball around for about an hour while the sun set and I took a few pictures of the boys with Sam's fancy new camera and the sun setting (apparently I learned a few things from my mother and godmother over the years). We got back on the road with about two and a half hours from Chicago and as ...
Thursday 27th March Today is the start of another adventure. We get up at 5.30am to allow plenty of time to get ready for our flight. On arrival at the airport we see that the Qantas plane we are getting is VH OJU which arrived from Singapore the day before. With a slight tail wind, the flying time is just over 12 hours which is faster than the 13 hours that were scheduled. Our flight path takes us over Vanuatu and South of Hawaii. We landed at LAX at ...
... t think I succeeded in not looking just a little scared when Jill took photos! That was a great experience, and I was glad we'd managed to get back there to do it. The views of the city and the lake were incredible. We could see for miles in every direction, and every view was different, unique. Chicago was so different to what I'd imagined it would be, from all the movies and TV shows I'd seen that featured it over the years, none of them managed to capture its true spirit ...
... a very famous venue in the 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. In the halls of the hotel, there are wonderful black and whites of celebrities that played there--Sophie Tucker, Victor Borge, Carol Channing, Judy Garland, Jerry Lewis, Jack Benny, Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Dandridge, Abbe Lane, and on and on and on. We were very comfortable here and I am looking forward to spending another night here on our return at the end of the ...
... posing and just enjoying it. It is everything art should be. After taking many photos of our own we leave via the huge modern open air auditorium. We move from shade to shade, at one point stopping to talk to somebody preparing an open air lunch for an office block. He gives us fresh green beans to eat, lovely. After admiring the bravery and skill of two window cleaners abseiling many stories high on a sky scraper, we find a ...