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Stayed in a rundown Inn on the highway and slept poorly...serves me right for not searching out a nicer spot.
Freeway driving has it's benefits to getting somewhere quickly but sure is boring unless you stop...and we didn't do much of that today! No snow and temperatures climbing. We had three half hour delays due to accidents. Sadly, in one a mother was pulling a trailer with 7 children in it and two wee ...
....at last - back in my 'little house on the wheels'!!....my next favourite place after the cabin. Of course - it's raining!!...but 'warm' / 50-something F....and only down to the 40's tonight??..tbd.. Now the fun of sorting/ organizing - making this space functional. That's the best part of camping - you don't have to slep everything back and forth to ...
... from Atlanta that I doubt they saw much of the city during the Civil War when everything was just a few stories tall.
I love artistic depictions of the American West, both historical and contemporary works. I can look at paintings of great landscapes, cowboys and Indians, and frontier life all day long, so I try to find it wherever I can. There’s quite a lot in some major museums like the Denver Art Museum, ...
... where we spent the afternoon exploring the exhibits. We talked to a volunteer who had worked in the National Laboratory there for 30 years. He introduced us to the exhibition and enjoyed explaining the technology of nuclear fission. He also told us about a three-hour tour that takes you to all of the buildings of the complex. However, after 9/11, the tour is no longer open to non-Americans.
We have ...
... Warsaw and Hamburg!!!!!!
Went to the Museum first and yep, it was shut. Not normally on a Monday, but shut for the Easter weekend......
Very wealthy Chief this one and not at all like we are led to belief in the history books. Although not the only Cherokee Chief. Apparently, the Cherokee were very civilised and adopted many British customs quite readily. However, this chief had a tricky decision, preserve the tribe by moving them to their own land ...