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... can cause your insurance to raise, and you should make sure you know how much it will cost. Wood is going to cost more than other materials like steel or cement due to the fact that it has a greater chance of catching fire or being destroyed by harsh weather.
When you have no mortgage, your premiums will go down. It is not easy to do in most cases, but if you can afford it, you can save a lot of money. Insurance companies think you will take much better care of ...
... We now became part of the stranded masses competing for precious seats to get out of our own town. So, we kicked it into high gear and started scrambling for an alternative. Hercules was not about to f-up our plans! Effing emmer-effer!!!
Joe immediately contacted our travel insurance company to find out what our coverage would allow us to do. We learned that we could rebook on any ...
... hotel owners have asked for it to be changed but it's a no go. We walk our block and jump on the train, if only we had known yesterday, but then I wouldn't have got to see all the lovely houses so there is definitely a positive of getting off too early :) In Chicago we hop off the train and head towards Navy Pier, we walk along the river and it's just stunning, this city is so beautiful! It is relaxed in the city too, there a lot of people out walking, bike ...
... and having something to do while sitting and waiting. I also was able to get another bag of chips since it was now way past dinner and Jet Blue has free snacks. I don't know if other airlines would have extra food or even make it available.
So the drive home was stormy as was the drive to Maine. But in between was a wonderful vacation filled with great scenery and mostly great weather. I am ready for my next ...
... plans for exploring the city after the game were shot, so we wrestled our way back onto the tube and headed for Gino's East (The original Chicago pizza restaurant). Alas the queue for this place was round the block, with over a 2 hour wait time we decided instead to eat at our old friend Tim O'Tool's.
Fantastic day of baseball, tomorrow we will explore the city.
For the record our seats section 129 row 1, seats 5 and ...
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