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... did it on purpose so I couldn't make my flight and I'd have to stay an extra day...which wouldn't have been the worse thing in the world. Well, we made it back and we were only an hour and a half late picking up the kids :):) All in all the last week was another great week for the books. I made it to the airport and low and behold who did I get to stand behind in line while getting on the plane...Dennis Quaid!! Awesome sauce :):) Headed out on a red eye flight to ...
... for the next week. I ordered a small but the lady charged me for a medium (I did however win a free medium fries off the McD's monopoly game so I forgive her upselling me)
After ingesting my 3000 kcal shake I was not hungry for lunch yet so we powered on. We decided to stop in Vale, OR one of the last few towns before the border. We stood outside a saloon that advertised BBQ for a while contemplating if we wanted ...
... No prob-- we marked those, too. A friend of ours visited Germany and raved about cool places-- so we marked em’. We now have a TON of great places to visit and a general idea of where we’re going. And know what’s even cooler? I know where they all are! Geographically challenged no more. It’s almost like I’m a local (and I haven’t even been there yet).
... Maybe too perfect.
Driving out of Salt Lake, we were also struck by some pretty extreme evidence of homelessness and poverty, especially around the train station. Now, you can say that about any big city, especially if it has a temperate climate. And I know that the Mormons do much good and charitable work. But the juxtaposition of so much abject poverty and suffering, just minutes away from such carefully manicured ...
... quality frozen French fries. In 1967, Simplot and McDonald's founder Ray Kroc agreed with a hand shake that the Simplot Company would provide frozen French fries to the restaurant chain. The restaurants had been hand-cutting potatoes; besides the quality control issues, the favored Russet potato wasn’t available year round. By 1972, all McDonald’s fries were frozen. The rest is ...
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