Super 8 Mt. Carmel Il
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... to 3. The memorial itself was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and quite impressive.
But not as impressive as discovering Christmas -- well, technically, Santa Claus -- in Indiana. The man is quite the entrepreneur -- Santa Claus Hardware, Santa Claus Post Office, Santa's Candy Castle, Santa's Stables -- he's got it all. Patty lost herself in Santa's Christmas Store while Hokie Gnome had some quality ...
Today was a great day. I was shooting for Flora Illinois and had no intention of riding the 150 miles to Indiana. For the first time in 2 weeks I had good riding conditions. When I started riding from Caseyville this morning it was calm and about 75 degrees out. By lunch time there was a light wind at my back and it had gotten even cooler. It looks like all the good weather vibes you guys have been sending me have worked. I was ...
... a GoT FB game and the Rings of Orbis game). The bagel sandwich I purchased was a bit unfortunate (there was some sort of weird yellow sauce on it that tasted awful) but it allowed us time as customers so it was worth it.
We had a local retirement and healthcare center bring some of their residents to the first show. They got here early so that we could seat them before the crowd swarmed in. A few were in wheelchairs, others were using walkers and some were walking ...
... Encephalitis vaccine and I decided not to go. The other day I was looking on the ISEP website and noticed that the Spring 2014 locations had opened up and immediately I started to wonder if there was a chance for me to go to UAE for the Spring 2014 semester. I went to the international office and told them I didn't want to go to Malaysia anymore and I was wondering if I could try to go ...
...And I haven't even left the country yet.
I came back to Evansville to spend some time with my parents today. No fancy flight around the world. Just a series of small connections slowly leading me from Stanford back to my pickup point at Owensboro, Kentucky's series of brick buildings it calls an airport.
And I never once thought that I would be flying in a plane so small that four aircraft could fit at a single normal-sized airport terminal. ...