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... think she will mind a couple of more weeks on the farm chasing cats and then in Alaska (hopefully not) chasing bears.
We will make the drive up to Chicago to fly back to Boston. We will be leaving from Boston on Friday morning to head to Korea. Roscoe is looking forward to spending sometime with his best pal "H" for an afternoon playdate on Wednesday. I am hoping to drag everyone to Faneuil Hall one of the ...
Gwen turned the big 2 today!!! Big girl was spoiled by grandparents, ice cream cake and presents. Gwen decided that she is 2 now and too big for her pack and play, she has learned how to climb out! Time for a big girl bed. Emmie-dog celebrated Gwen's birthday last night by eating half a rum cake while everyone was ...
Roscoe, Gwen and Mom spent the day out and about. We had lunch and smoothies at the mall. A bit of shopping and a ride on the carousel. We picked up dinner and a couple of movies and hung out with Grandma Gail and Uncle Wes. Roscoe has been very quick to correct anyone who calls Grandma Gail just "Gail." She is "Grandma ...
You know you’re getting closer to home when you end up with a 25 hour day. The clock switched back and forth a few times as I was travelling through Indiana but it was sure of itself when I got to Illinois.
I left Bardstown early, anxious to get on my way before the traffic built up; had not realized it was a long-weekend until I arrived in Kentucky. Took a quick look at Bardstown and ...
... on the park and found out that the park was originally inhabited by native Americans and the village was called Kickapoo.
Europeans came and drove the Indians out. Wells were dug to extract salt from the area and then in the early 20th century extensive strip mining for coal ravaged the land. First the virgin forests were cleared and then came the strip ...