Holiday Inn Express North Kansas City
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... pirate. I think Ian was a little bemused at my delight in this small fact. But imagine, living in a pirate's house! How many folks could claim that!
For Jo and me it was a special treat to catch up with Ian who we had first met in a small village on the edge of the Sahara in southern Tunisia. It was also a much needed and relaxing break from our travel schedule. Inevitably, it was over too quickly. By then, we could go no further east, the Atlantic Ocean ...
... is a part of their process.
"Reverse Direction" is still a puzzle to us.
"Wait! Text stop in 5 Miles" were in NY and were just little areas for maybe 3-4 cars to pull off. The sign was repeated every mile and the pull offs were paved so how much $$$.
65mph on the divided freeways was the speed limit in NY! Slowest on our trip.
Free Keurig coffee on the streets of NYC - ...
... We met his coworkers and Austin made a Apple, Kiwi, Kale smoothie for me and an Island Impact smoothie for Dexter.
We shopped and the enjoyed a lunch with Austin's his best friends parents at Outback Steakhouse. More shopping until it was time for Austin to go to work from 3:00-9:00 PM.
While Austin was working, we shopped at Walmart and went back to camp. I made Austin's favorite, White Chicken Chile. ...
... in Kenya, in situations where most Americans would have been angry and blamed the doctors who would have saved them, was somehow refreshing. They relished their time that they had with their loved ones and felt blessed to have had them at all, you could tell. Death is not a failure of good medical care. It is simply part of life, and we could save ourselves a lot of emotional energy if we accept that. Now, I’m not saying stop feeding somebody or ...