Ramada Columbus Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I woke up between 4 and 5 and wrote blogs for over two hours. I had to do them in Word to post later because we didn't want to pay the 10 bucks for the Wifi. Then I got another hour's sleep before getting up at 9:15. While Larry showered I called the Vet and the Dentist to cancel appointments for today. We caught the 10:00 shuttle to the ...
The flight over was okay, which was about the best I could hope for unless I was upgraded. After a substantial delay in Launceston due to fog, I missed my connection from Melbourne to Sydney. They put me on the next flight which was boarding as soon as I got off the last one and after another delay on the tarmac, I made my international flight with a little time to spare because my bags had been checked in ...
... I love, called "Sweetie-Licious Pies", written by a gal who has a 50's-style pie/lunch diner not far from Grand Rapids; plus a few other small odds and ends.
Then it was on to the local Walmart parking lot, where we've spent many a night en route to our various destinations. The next morning, it was on to Virginia, which begins with my next post.
... up taking almost exactly two hours and I got home just at sunset. Of course, the rain started to fall 15 minutes from home. Just enough to get everything damp before the end of the ride.
After 5458.4 miles in 19 days, being home is a bit surreal.
The idea of having more stuff than will fit in the side cases and two duffle bags is a bit odd. As is the idea of not sleeping in my tent or in a less than stellar bed in a college ...
On the 24th of June, 2013 my world came to a screeching halt. Never did I dream that lunch with my best friend would be our last. It would be a very long list of 'lasts', and I am still adding to it. Sharing so much over 33 years makes a memory of life alone fade to a dull dim.
The ride home was long. Chauffeured by a dear friend, Cheryl returning the same favor I had done for her only two years earlier. It bonded our hearts, and sharpened our spiritual acuity. ...