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... for lunch. It is a Barvarian themed town JUST like Frankenmuth. I think there is a formal collective of these towns across the USA. Jie picked out a nice hat and a change purse (she has a strange facination with coins), Its hard getting her to let me buy her souveniors like these. We had a good sized lunch, i had my second variety of Monte Cristo..not so good, too much bread, a 3 layer sandwich, but german sized portions for sure. It ...
... US Open. Even now, golf finds a way to spite me.
The bus is rolling, and it's only a matter of time until I'm in the airport wondering if it's okay to stop dieting.
June 19, 7:45 AM -- Tarmac @ Seattle-Tacoma Intl Airport
There was an issue checking in. I'll go to my grave never knowing what it was, and why I had to speak to a representative.
Anyway, I'm on the flight ...
... Emus - but the undoubted star of the show was the Bird Section. There was more than half a dozen macaw species in the zoo - along with African Grey Parrots, some Amazons and a few species of Cockatoo we'd never heard of before. We met Molu, the Moluccan Cockatoo (this species comes from Indonesia) and Milo and Mia, the Red-vented Cockatoos (who come from the Philippines). Molu even has a Facebook page - which is fun to follow. After we got ...
... to a super-large Yank Tank - so our Nissan Altima feels like we're driving a barge at times.. Our first order of business was to navigate the one-way system in central Seattle and get ourselves back to our Motel to check out and collect our bags. This was a reasonably successful trip - with the only hairy moment being when we arrived at the Motel, being told by the Valets that we needed to watch the riders using the dedicated bike lanes "because they like to mow motorists ...
... first. But we stayed with the subject and he demurred after awhile. No wonder his generation came to be known as the Greatest Generation: with GI’s like Gus, with courage and principles the Nazis did not stand a chance.
Gus and Caroline traveled the world as most of you know and he visited Normandy some years ago. So, in 2012 Gwenn and I started planning a trip to Re-trace the steps of Gus Schlepp during D-Day, that is what we called our journey. We ...