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... when we get back!
The plan for today is to head to Anne's sister's house in Rockville, Maryland. She was kind enough to offer to put us up for the night, and even promised purloo - one of Dave's favorite meals. All with a free ride to the train station tomorrow. Can't beat that level of service!
UPDATE: It's now 10:45am central time, and we find ourselves just south of Roanoke, ...
... We'll have help getting luggage on the train in DC, but we'll only manage what we can carry on our backs in Munich. Of course, being an engineer means I can approach this problem in only one way: lists, spreadsheets, and charts! The result was two tables divided into columns for each traveler and rows for each continent (photo 1).
Luckily, we came ...
... 24 hours. From Hughie letting dad take over his workshop to fix the car, the super friendly cab driver who booked me a haircut on the way to the salon and the parts suppliers who have hand delivered products or driven to another store to pick it up and bring it back to us. We have certainly been experiencing the Southern Hospitality the area is famous for. It's now time to get some rest before continuing on to Memphis, ...
The start of our trip.
Departure from Huntsville toward Chicago. Got an all day lay over in Chicago because there is only one flght to Chicago from Huntsville.
All went well other than the American Airlines agent had to physically complete the baggage connection between Paris and Malta. This meant that he had to hand write the ultimate destination. I don' think he has ever heard of Malta.
Onward and ...
... in Cornersville, TN. There were mostly Seniors there, but we enjoyed dancing with them and watching them line dance.
Galen and John enjoyed a day of golf at Huntsville, AL while Dena and I toured the mansion that was built by Barbara Mandrell and her husband (Fontanel). This home is amazing and they allowed you to touch and take pictures with jackets, etc that they had on display. This was one of Barbara's request when she sold it to the new owners that ...