Motel 6 - Dallas - Market Center
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... departure terminal is interesting because of all the the unusual things for sale: all sorts of African products including many kinds of animal skins, horns, and various items made from them: pillows, rugs, clothing and so on.It's all quite expensive of course, a decent zebra skin (there are different qualities) was going for somewhere around $1000 last time I checked.
I stood in line at the Delta counter to get my ...
From Roswell we drive to Carlsbad Caverns. The caverns are on the Unesco world heritage list, so we decide to pay them a visit. Located 250 meters under ground are loads of stalagmites, stalactites, draperies, soda straws and popcorn. Soda straws being the tiny ones hanging from the ceiling . In Europe we call them Spaghetti. Popcorn are located on the ground. The cavern is beautiful, but we saw an even more beautiful cavern in Slovenia last year, so were a little spoilt. ...
... friends and family who contributed to Addy's special day.
We cannot thank you enough for all the love and support you have shown!
So there are over 100 pictures here. On her actual birthday, we started off with donuts - of course - and a giant balloon. Then we went to Toys R Us. After that, we had a quick lunch and then home where Addy watched Mama bake a little smash cake and make some frosting. I ...
... right back. We are definitely in trouble! Other words she's picked up include cat, hedgehog, socks, shirt, pants, (apple) sauce, hat, good morning, help, and bird. Some words are more clear than others, but overall great progress. She knows her body parts if we ask her but has not said the words yet.
She loves to run around when we are out now and stays in the cart for only a short period of ...
... the Spanish flu, AIDS and Ebola to name some of the scariest, but there have been many more and almost certainly will be others, perhaps what scientists call “the Big One,” which epidemiologists all anticipate. He’s an excellent writer and the material is fascinating, sobering, not to say frightening.
The flight went without incident, and I met Daniel in Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2E-M. He had just arrived from Atlanta, and I was able to ...