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... be the greatest Country on earth, with all her beauty and with all her faults. The reason is her people, still as wonderful and diverse as ever.
That about wraps it us for us. For all of those who followed us, we say thanks. Your thoughtful comments always let us know we weren't in this alone. When I started this blog I never dreamt we would have nearly 1,000 hits to this site. Thank you all.
Stay tuned for Italy 2015, "The Sequel";
Angelo and Mary.
Home Sweet Home!
The last 514 miles seemed to fly by. We decided to drive all the way home on Tuesday even though our norm was to only drive @ 330 miles a day. But as we drove through downtown Atlanta, we realized, no traffic jams to slow us down, let's keep going and go home. No traffic downtown Atlanta on a Tuesday morning? It's a God Thing.
We arrived home and too tired to begin the unloading process, we decided to delay that chore until Wednesday. To our ...
August 7th, Trip Day minus 1;
Well, after many months of preparation we leave on our summer adventure first thing tomorrow morning. Hopefully I can keep this blog interesting enough to get you all to keep coming back. As you'll quickly find out, Mary and I love food so this blog will more than likely gravitate to our food adventures. When my oldest daughter Heather was younger she actually nicknamed us the "Food Family". I'm sure we ...
... there were several 2014 cars there. We ran into the couple who we sat beside at the Vintage Car Club meeting last week - Rich and Paige Udell. They have a 2013 carbon fibre Corvette (one of only 2 built) in addition to their vintage cars that we talked about last week.
It was home for leftover chili - great on a night like tonight. Dana called to see what rims we would like as there was quite a selection. Something more to check out tomorrow.
... in dog stride--surviving without "Mom and Dad" and traveling from house to house when needed.
* Grandma Marks, Grandpa Schreiber, and Grandma Schreiber for offering all your moral support to Emily while we were gone. We knew she was in good hands. Thanks also for helping out with Licorice (you too Lori and Chris).Thanks Russ and Evie for relaying blog to Doris each night.
*To Steve-thanks so much for the wonderful visit to your home ...