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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
... all the chargers I brought (PC, camera, iPod, iPad, iPhone), this flight has DC outlets like car chargers. Luckily, I threw one of those in for good measure. So I am able to write my Day 1 blog in mid air ... actually one of two preliminary days before Tauck's ACTUAL Day I. Our actual tour starts on Friday, October 24.
Several weeks ago, American Airlines gave us an opportunity to select our entrees. I chose halibut and Patrick selected beef. We got what ...
... plate and lots of screws (not the souvenir I was planning on) to put everything back together.
I praise and thank God for His protection and care, manifested through your prayers, well-wishes, concern and comfort.
I pray that your pilgrimage was very memorable and meaningful and thank you for being Carol and my fellow travelers.
I cherish the orange Luther shirt presented to me by the rechristened orange bus ...
In addition to sharing my language and culture, I hope to gain some things as well. One thing in particular is a better handle on my Spanish speaking skills. Yes. I speak Spanish, but the more and more I sit on it, the more I lose. My goal is to not just get as good as I used to be, but to be even better. I want to be an overall, excellent communicator in Spanish. If I stay focused and don’t look for gringos ...
... cities that has collections well beyond what you might expect for city of its size, a result of gifts by wealthy industrialist benefactors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is similar for places like Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and Milwaukee, cities we nowadays think of more as models of rust belt industrial decline.
Every museum has a few highlights ...