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I awoke a little late. I knew today was going to be a slow day. I needed some time to stop and organise myself before my next leg into Texas. I make myself some breakfast and set up my laptop. I check my finances and organise a few things online. This really will be a boring post. I need to wash my clothes so I step into the hall and head to the machines. The hall just stinks of weed. That's cause today is 420. I load a machine and go back ...
... to Fortcollins. We were really excited when we saw some super cute squirrels in the trees when we stopped at a red light. We stopped at some outlet stores to buy some shoes then drove the rest of the way to Chris's house. We had chilli made by Chris for dinner and went to ...
... this is the part of train travel that is very similar to air travel. When they want you up and awake, they are adamant. Loud announcements and other noises at 6:30 AM. Just when you think this is a private hotel room on rails, you are quickly reminded that you are on a schedule and at the mercy of the same. It still beats the no legroom, rude attendants, security headaches, and hidden charges of flying. We spent the night at The Palmer House Hilton before flying home on ...
... we had a lot of trouble picking up our next hire car with Fox rentals. After an hour it was sorted and they upgraded our car from a corolla to a Chevy Malibu V6 with cruise control including leather trim and heated seats. Automatic too. Took us about half hr to get to Don and Misha's place in Erie. Spent the next few hours getting to know each other. Lovely night and lovely people.
... 8217;s sprawling parking lots to Boundary Channel Drive and across Boundary Channel to rejoin the Mount Vernon Trail. As I approached the 14th Street Bridge, it began raining as if I were already in Southeast Asia – a torrential downpour that developed almost out of nowhere. I was drenched in a minute as I crossed the bridge, then took shelter at the U.S. Bureau of Engraving & Printing with a group of 15 or so tourists to wait out the monsoon.
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