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... While standing on line to clear security a wheel chair with a woman and dog is brought into the line. The dog was one of those small yappy types and had made itself known long before they arrived. Everyone on line had strained their neck to see what was coming. The dog yapped incessantly while the woman cleared security, then all the way to the gate and guess who’s gate the woman ended up at? If you guessed mine you would ...
A day of two temperatures; I started in Flagstaff, up in good time to fit a run in, which meant I was subjected to almost the worst of the icy breeze that blew through, overruling in its own way any warmth that might have crept in from a bright sun. It was a little better by 9.30, when I finished, but not so much that I wanted to stay outside. I had at least explored the hill that sites the Lowell observatory, which has a couple of walks decorated with galactic ...
... of those old planes.
And talking about fuel efficient: when you have 4 engines and each one uses 60 gallons of gas an hour…..
You shouldn’t only do what all the other tourists do…. so we went into this park in Tempe with all the locals – which are mostly Mexicans, two birthday parties one with a petting zoo. It was a real nice park, where we had our picnic on the picnic ...
... bet. The houses and condominiums are so luxurious and modern. They are filled with every amenity that you can imagine. We had a girls afternoon around the pool at my friend Rhonda's house. She has a swim up bar in her pool (with a big screen tv to watch) and a practise putting green in her backyard. Leaving Phoenix I feel all warm and fuzzy. The past few days seem surreal. Too easy, too good and too much ...
... want to do. I’ve been thinking about doing a bike ride from Salisbury to Canterbury which would be about a five day ride. It would go to Winchester, the original seat of power in England before moving to London. Then riding through green rolling hills, small towns, and narrow back roads accompanied by the signing birds and most likely some rain. Along this route is Pocahontas’s grave, a castles and of ...
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