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... and Waylon) would join us at the campsite for dinner and Mexican Train. Skyler even stayed a couple of nights when great-niece Marty Kay flew in to get Katie. The two of them took a nice trip to Lexington, Kentucky before flying back to Oregon. Unfortunately they returned to Oregon with wildfires burning around their home in Burns.
My friend, former coworker, and former roommate, Janet visited from Waynesville, North ...
... steps of Noorderkerk, church. The floors are slabs of stone that are graves. There was a children's school choir performing. I thought of Katie, my niece, as I watched the director.
Susan declares that "Amsterdam is more breathtaking than Paris". It is quite interesting. One building had 1602 on it. We went to a cheese shop for bread and cheese for dinner. We stopped at another market for milk and ham. Susan likes MEAT on her sandwich. We are so tired ...
... and looked at all the beautiful plants and flowers throughout.
From there we headed back down to Broadway for lunch and one last walk through downtown. Brianna had recommended Sam’s Sushi. She described the experience as entertaining, delicious and a little scary, yes scary. Sam’s is a one man show run by Sam himself. Brianna explained that sometimes Sam decides what you are going to order, if you order something and he does not ...
On the way into Little Rock, a brown attractions sign read "Toad Suck Park." Are you kidding? Who would want to go to Toad Suck Park? Or is Toad Suck another local term for something delightful like FROG jam (see FROG Jam - Disgusting or Delectable)? As it turns out, the town of Toad Suck recently won top honors in an online poll to find America's most unfortunate town name (check it here). In ...
Wow, well if the first 48 hours in Nashville were about seeing downtown and the bright, brash, commercial hub of Broadway the next day saw us getting out and about and seeing what else this fab city has to offer outside the boundaries of Downtown. Catherine had booked us all on a 'Homes of the Stars' tour with the sole purpose being that Jess could see where her idol Taylor Swift lives.....ironic then that the trip was 100 miles and took 3 hours with the last stop on the trip ...