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Drove 191 miles in 3.5 hours.
After the shena****ns of the previous night none of us had the right to feel as good as we did on Saturday morning. We awoke brightly to another day heading for the 100's and kept inside eating leftover pizza and drinking coffee with Charlie as he gave us the grand tour.
Randi came home from work at lunchtime with a ...
... they had their ceremonial ice water dumped on the band members. It was really cool, because I was there to witness it. This is something that very few people get to be a part of and will be a part of their history as long as they are remembered.
I am going to post the video here if the travelblog will allow it.
KISS and Def Leppard
... Fires Burning. A potted social and cultural overview of the era for all the major
countries - UK, France, USA and Germany. Again, limited detail (because of the limited space available), but well researched and definitely gives a feel for the period on which interested GMs and Players can build with their own research.
Home, Sweet Home. A somewhat more (but only ...
... City (setting ideas and plot hooks).
Again, this may be fairly light on and of less than great use for the experienced GM and players.
Modern Life. Contains - Ephemereality (psionic hacking of the secrets of the players and the Secret Masters of the World), The Breed - A Mutant Animal Hack (as it says), Vampville (Vampires in modern campaigns), Backstabbing BFFS (conflict between major leads, culled ...
... closed on Sundays and Mondays. Thanks to Caroline, we were able to get in the back gate and walk around the house and garden. We could not see inside but got to enjoy the surroundings. Jim, as mom calls him, is her 1st cousin 2x removed. Mom's grandmother Dale (Eliza) was Jim's 1st cousin. His mother, Elizabeth Marine, and her father, Asa Marine, were brother and sister.
We walked ...