Milwaukee Marriott West
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... of time. Gave up car. Had not managed to find a garage to get fuel as we were supposed to give it back full. However man there let us off and en took us to terminus outside where we needed to be. Gave him a generous tip. Another man took pity on us inside and took our cases off us put em on a trolley. Put our passports through Machine and printed our boarding passes although we had already done that in the hotel. He was very ...
... words about it being to small, remember we are talking motorhomes over here, nothing else, nope, no sir, kinda stalled. Then it happened----one fine day Gail stopped to see an old friend of hers, an there it was all gleaming in the sun, shiny and nice, beconning to her in the driveway next door to her friend. So what does me lady do ?? Of course she did, mosied right on over and talked to the man. She later told ...
... were up. Time to go.
It wasn't bad going up to Hwy 30. Then I turned east and the wind hit the passenger side of the coach. I had the steering wheel turned about half way to the right and was motoring merrily along for about 10 miles or so. The road turned to the left and I got a reprieve and relaxed back in the seat. In Marion, the town not the lady, I headed east again and back came the gusts.
I white knuckled it all the way to ...
In two days we fly out of Chicago directly to Rome on AA 110 at 5:15 pm. John and Julie will use our Buick Enclave to take us to O'HARE.
This is very exciting as we are packing carefully to not take too much with us, and so there is room to bring back a few mementos. Unfortunately, Cindy has had a major health event that looked exactly like a heart attack, but which ...
... absolutely not busy and I was totally unproductive. Those of you who know me well recognize that I was my best opposite, in a word: relaxed.
Now that I have embarked on the next chapter of my great adventure, I have a few goals I aim to achieve by the end of this Costa Rican aņo:
1. Get rid of the anxiety
2. Be kind (especially to family member who receive the brunt of my shortness)
3. Absorb as much as I can from ...