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... took our place in the line waiting for the
derby doors to open. It became apparent that we would be waiting for a while,
so I ventured back towards the Sikhs to see how much they were selling their
pizza for. When I asked, I received the best news of the day: “Nothing. It’s
free.” Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat! Nothing is free these days. But yes, the
smiling Sikh shoved a pizza into my hands, and even asked if I wanted two. I
opened up ...
... string tugging me stronger and stronger home and an excitement to be there once again and at the same time a sadness that this big adventure is almost at it's end.
Didn't feel like cooking when we arrived here so walked up a couple blocks and tried Saiman Says (Hawaii style noodles and more) which proved to be an excellent choice. Both or our dishes were wonderful and reasonable; Denis opted for ...
... been building B747's for 45 years now, and am happy to say we arrived safely in LA after a good flight on one." You"ll be going if it's a Boeing"
Also the B777, and the Dreamliner(B787). The change in building and time it takes is so much faster now, with new techniques and materials.
Qantas is replacing a lot of its fleet with B787's. (50 on order) We saw Jetstar insignia on one of the planes( they are 20% more efficient.) Also ...
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... within minutes of hiking. The roads appeared to go on forever, and I began wondering if I should have listened to those back home who told me this journey was a crazy idea. Eight or so miles down the road I was beginning to question whether or not US2 even existed. I was beat tired. I passed a farmer selling peaches by the side of the road and he inquired about my story. When I was through explaining he told me, as so many have, "go west young man... And take this with you" ...