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... Flats almost caused a fight on the bus because someone pushed Flat Bill. Flat Ada called the woman who pushed Flat Bill "fat ass" and all hell broke loose! John calmed the situation down quickly but the environment was tense. The ride to the rental car pavilion took about 15 minutes! What the heck!! It was the most painful process but we finally got our car and are driving west along I-10. Here ...
... about illnesses and cannot abide and foul, dirty or cuss works. John said the way to get her to go home is to put on a movie with 'words’ she does not like. One of us said something about someone being '****** off’ and that is when she got up and left! Here apt is austere- not one thing in the living room and only a mattress and a box for clothing in bedroom – that is all I saw of her place. She had lived there about 4 months now. We ...
... providing there aren't any crying babies. From Phoenix I move on to Philadelphia, and then from there head on for Israel. A five/six hour flight, and then.... A fourteen hour one I believe. I can only pray that the airplane food is good, but, alas, as has often been my experience, that will be one prayer to go unanswered. Wish me safe travels, ...
... br> Caroline and I woke up early Sunday morning to get our workout out of the way (the two hour time difference from Austin really helped). Then the whole family had breakfast and tackled Camelback Mountain. We almost made it to the top, but it got a little steep for the kids and Caroline towards the end. All in all, the 2.5 hour hike was a good first excursion for everyone.
After coming back to the hotel, ...
And so it begins. 20 days out from leaving on a flight for Cairo, the insanity of packing and organizing begins. And the insanity of changing plans, and hotels, and, yea.... No longer able to stay in downtown Cairo, I've decided to move my hotel and stay out on Zamalek, still "close" to it all, but keeping myself a distance away from the protests in Tahrir Square. This also means, due to the proximity of the ...
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