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... weather, good food, proper gym time. . . . and writing.
come along for the trip, i'll start posting photos and blog entries on the 28th! Until then, enjoy the last blogs. . . . and yes, I know I never finished the Panama Canal trip, but it was fun! I'll try to do better this time. . . . .
At the airport, Lydia is still anxious about the fact that we just quit our jobs, and are backpacking South America for 5 months instead of immediately looking for work. Kendra thinks she is in early retirement and has no worries about her newfound homelessness. She ...
... out half way through the month, adding more stress on to her, finding time to say all of our goodbyes was a failure... The list goes on and on. Needless to say there was much frustration and a bit of tears on these final days. Leaving New York was beyond difficult - Both of us feel most at home in BKLYN, Lydia still not ...
... had run out. We had to get our stuff at the hotel and hit the road. We had a 6 hour drive to Chicago ahead of us. We were surprised that we didn't even make it half way through the R & R, before having to leave and we were there over 5 hours.
I think another visit is order. Perhaps some time, take in a baseball game and finish up at the R & R. Sounds like a great way to spend a summer weekend.
... Fremont, Ohio. Driving
through the residential area, I saw numerous houses decked out for halloween. I just hope
the pumpkins make it to Oct. 31st. Also in Fremont, I saw a box at the side of the road
selling squirell corn for $6 a bag. ( actually, the box wasn't selling it, but the owner was.)
They told me that they hang the ears in the trees for the squirells ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking