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... make sure we are not missing deadlines. Called the banks. Spoke to Greg for hours. Stopped the mail until we're back. Making arrangements with mom for Winda to drop off Freya. Emailed all our neighbors to watch over our house while we are gone. Getting ready to miss our little puppy, but excited to see my in-laws!
Indonesia here we come!
... Mike. Her mother Beth lives next door. She is 92 and sharp as a tack. She has not been well lately and tires quickly but she was in fine form with many visitors on the day. Madge is staying with her, as is Tom. Sarah's great-grandmother Ida and my grandfather Emil were brother and sister. Her great-grandfather Karl was meant to come to Australia to be a pastor at Loberthal but Emil swapped ...
... leaving the cottage and heading to Chicago, we decided we had to put on a special 4th of July fireworks show at Oma & Grandpa's. We had done this a few years ago, which was very memorable, so we decided we needed another show. With Keller's extra interest in fireworks, I would classify the show as semi-professional. We even had Oma & Grandpa shooting off fireworks from their chair! Pretty epic if I must say so. :)
... gracious enough to allow Alex to sit in the cockpit and check out the plane. After this, Larry went his way and we ours.
We stopped in at a pavilion dedicated to Space Camp in Huntsville, AL. In there, we talked with some of the staff and finally got the chance to fly fighter simulators against each other. Alex was bragging how he was going to get me, and I must admit, he did a really good job. Although he didn't shoot me down, I didn't manage to ...
... Square", a large exhibition area sponsored by my company. Alex and I clambered through the plane, and he was impressed by the spartan conditions available to the crew. Most of all, he realized how lonely the tailgunner's position would have been.
As always at Oshkosh, here I am 1,600 miles from home, and one of the first people I bump into is Norm Howell, a guy I work with at Boeing who sits 30' from me.