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... everyone re-stow the luggage, sit back down, and re-fasten the seatbelts, all so that they could get the plane towed three feet. The pilot was distinctly annoyed: he told us that he parked right on his mark, and now they were changing the mark. What was particularly notable about this incident, is that, as it transpired, it happened AGAIN when my flight landed in Richmond. Never had that happen before, now twice in one day.
... see entry 3, Colorado Springs…Three Years Later, in the blog: When Gan Get There, Buddy?). In the most recent instance, because of rain, we decided to leave the ballpark for the warmth and dry of home. Regardless, even though we were there only a short period, it was a lot of fun.
We will try again in a ...
... leave, I (Lisa) am in tears. I can't imagine just dropping by their house for a much needed hug or smooch. And Amber... don't even get me started on that sweet thing. She is always good for a dinner date.
They are all so supportive of what we are doing--if only we could all go together. It is such a happy/sad time. We are so sad to leave our family and so excited to ...
... where we were going.. what fun! But we got to Casper in the end, not a very large town. But once again a good halfway stop on our way to MT. The hotel is right on the highway, so easy access for tomorrow. Went across the road for mexican for dinner. Very nice little restaurant witih excellent service staff, and quite cheap too. Anyway, off for breakfast now (writing this on the 25th), more updates on our drive to Bozeman tonight. ...
... I think if the U.S. government wanted to settle the debt problem, they could probably sell the complex and we’d be in the clear. Wendy thinks this a good idea. Incoming cadets range between 1,200 – 1,300 and, historically, just under 1,000 will graduate. The Cadet Area is arranged around a large pavilion known as the "Terrazzo", with dormitories, dining hall and academic buildings surrounding it, and everything the cadet could need ...