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... it all! But I think my experiences today gave me a good snapshot of what the Windy City has to offer. Tomorrow will be primarily a driving day, since it's about 9 hours to Sioux Falls, my next stopover. Today's playlist was shorter, since my drive was only 3 hours. But don't worry, I think I did a good job. First up was some Bela Fleck, from The Melody of Rhythm (also featuring Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussein), UFO Tofu and Live Art. I followed up ...
home to 22 million people. And I thought Chicago was a large city with 3
million. According to my research on cultural customs, it is a sign of
politeness to stand close to one another. With that many people do you have a
choice? It is recommended that visitors do not point and try not to gesture.
Really? I cannot talk without the use of my hands.
... 1) a working ranch; 2) a rodeo and 3) a Native American Powwow. During our trip to South Dakota, I struck out on all three counts. I have a friend that has a ranch, but didn't go there and normally Powwows and rodeos are on weekends, and we weren't there when they were going on. So...while in Iowa, I took Dolly to a Casino. Don and Barb had mentioned one about 30 miles west of Muscatine, so that's where we went.
As we pulled up, it ...
... Arrived in Chicago on time. Good thing we have a 6 hour layover.. We hiked across terminals in Ohare airport to the gate where the Berlin flight was suppose to leave from and found a sign that the gate was moved... back to the terminal we just came from.
Great news just came in. While on our spare time in O'hare, surfing the net and such, Jody checked Norwegian web site to see if our ship was full. Turns out they still ...
... What could possibly go wrong in a state known for bluegrass, bourbon, and Kentucky Fried Chicken?
The Louisville Zoo is home to two pygmy hippos, Hope and Maji Kitoto. At the time Maji had a wound above his right eye that was being treated twice daily with medicated ointment, so he wasn’t allowed in the water. If you want to torture a hippo, a sure way to accomplish your goal is to eliminate his/her access to water. Poor Maji had dried crusty skin ...