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We have booked this trip over a year ago. It's finally here. We are all packed up and ready to go. Packing was not fun. 26 days with weather ranging from 34F to 90F. We will be flying out from DC tomorrow. Driving to DC today and we will be staying at The Hay-Adam hotel. Thanks to my friend Charles, we left our car in his garage and he drove us to the hotel. There was a welcome presentation ...
... should be President. Who knows?? If this college football coach from Georgia actually becomes President, the RV formerly know as Dottie may become Recreation Vehicle One. Think how ****** Air Force One and Marine One would be! That would make me happy, but I digress. The old gal is gone and we will miss her. Next chance you get, show some respect and pour some out for the old gal.
... entire trip, the same should have been done today. This was their so called "Gold" package.
It was very rare that we couldn't find a western style toilet. Most places we visited offered both. The traditional hole in the ground in which you must squat was certainly available if you choose to make use of them. We carried small packages of tissues and wipes in case we needed them. Carolyn carried "cones" that ...
... an American mythologist, writer and lecturer. He is best known for his work in comparative mythology and comparative religion, covering many aspects of the human experience. I've read five or six of his books. If you plan on reading only one, I would recommend The Hero With a Thousand Faces.
Bill Moyers starts his introduction to his conversation with the following:
"At a preview of John Huston's last film, The Dead, based on ...
... time would be 7 hours and 46 minutes which should have us touching down at JFK around 12:45 pm, 25 minutes early. We're 4 1/2 hours into the flight cruising at an altitude of 35,000 feet and traveling at 500 miles per hour. We've been served a hot chicken lunch. I think the Iris's cook must also work for Sky Chef. We are approaching Newfoundland and Labrador, all windows shades have been drawn, so I think it’s time for me to try and close my eyes. I had a nice snooze for ...