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... Kansas City was a lightening jolt to his memory. He went on tell us a very involved story about how he was commissioned to joined the armed forces and had just been injured prior to being deployed and was then held back in Kansas City. After a few minutes into the story, the line of Opery patrons started to pile up. He looked back to check another seat ticket and then turned back to us again and asked where we were from. Once again he got that memory ...
... of an earthquake. It is a real joy to drive this machine (even though Dad did all the driving today).
We stayed yet another night in the local Walmart. There is an art to finding just the right parking place to avoid road noise, 6:00 a.m. deliveries and inconsiderate neighbors, but we have been lucky since our first night. Last night we watched an old Al Pacino movie ("And Justice for All") and literally forgot where we were. It felt like ...
There's a little thing attached to an air conditioning vent just above Kelsey's bunk bed, and every hour or so it makes a ridiculously loud noise that sounds like someone's using a power drill on a concrete wall. Needless to say, Kelsey's sleep was almost as bad as mine. She woke up to the noise, I woke up to have coughing fits. Somehow Kelsey still managed to wake up early and go for a big long run while I was in bed suffering. I've said ...
... as they are usually cheaper, more secluded, and no pool which usually attracts a ton of kids. Now I teach for a living and love it – but I really love quite summers away from so much noise. However, these sites had the RV right next to each other as they usually have at a private campground. The good news was that the site was a pull-through so it was easy to park.
After we got settled it was back on the road. This time we were heading ...
... incidentally, a native of Wilmington, NC!). We took advantage of the dirt cheap prices and bought James a few cheesy keychains and mugs with his name on them.
We enjoyed a delicious BBQ lunch at Rippy's Smokin' Bar and Grill (we were dubious, because of all the down-home, BBQ places we saw, this one was the most upscale, and therefore the least trustworthy!) whilst watching country music videos, and then it was sadly time to fly!
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