Wingate By Wyndham Aberdeen /Edgewood
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When we started out this morning we were going to go as far as Zanesville, Ohio. As we traveled home, a soft bed, room to move around, and no more driving seemed like a good thing. So after 15 hours on the road traveling 786 miles we pulled into our driveway at 11:35 pm. The trip was wonderful but it was good to be home.
For 62 days we traveled 13,355 miles of our ...
... the architecture and the art. I could of spent 2 days looking at the art. Jordi was ready to blow the town 5 minutes after her stomach was full. We ate an authentic southwestern meal ie: Mexican. Yes Clay I endured it for her. After most of the day there we are back on the road. Tonight we will arrive in Sedona AZ! Our 1st camp. Crossing my fingers and toes we can set up in the dark and find out blankets and pillows without snuffing each other out. Here's to our maiden night of ...
... us to a lovely dinner, comfortable chairs to sit in, and wonderful conversation. After a delicious Sabbath brunch we headed to church in Columbia. The congregation was welcoming and friendly. We spent Saturday evening at the Diggins' home for dinner, guitar playing, singing, and conversation. After the Diggins generously packed our little cooler with food we headed down the road. P. S. The fourth state was Pennsylvania, we crossed over the border ...
... and a gorgeous ballfield on the other. There is no more charming walk inside a baseball stadium.
Also on Eutaw Street not far from the ballfield, Boog’s Barbecue serves up pulled-pork, barbecue sandwiches, which Lois and I had to decline, but which Bob consumed with gusto. Although Bob rated the barbecue sandwich as excellent, the company was even better, for presiding over the establishment was Boog Powell, the celebrated power-hitting first-baseman of ...
... t her father, they would always ask me if I worked with kids for a living. At the time, that idea seemed so outlandish. "No, I work with computers. I do tech stuff," I would say. I liked working with Simone and it didn't make sense to me that I would work a job for money doing something that I liked doing, because I believed the very popular lie that you're supposed to hate your job. And I hated the computer tech field more than anything in the world, so I thought I ...