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15 hour 40 min flight
Tough - but we made it!! We did try to walk some - but difficult to get up some of the time. The airline was very crowded. The noise canceling headphones were AWESOME! And - the individual screens to watch movies, listen to music, see how far we traveled, . . . was very helpful. I watched 3 movies - Selma (story of Martin Luther King and the event at Selma, AL - forcing whites to allow blacks to vote in the southern states), ...
... supposedly, so there's an awful lot of open (read, boring) space. You can make good time, though, by putting this Axis on cruise control and let 'er fly. We stayed at 70mph across the rest of New Mexico, past Tucumcari (pronounce that right, why don't you?), into Texas panhandle, and kept going through Amarillo (a bigger town that we thought), saw a lot of billboards, and into Oklahoma. Holy ****, man, we're cruising' right along, ahead ...
We awoke this morning in Albuquerque and Laurie and I were discussing our options. We wanted to see more of Route 66 on the way....but are staring down this big storm that is supposed to rumble through here. We figured make Oklahoma City by the time the storm hits and stay until it's safe to travel again. The weather called for ice, and an "unknown" amount of snow on top of it. Couple this with the fact that it's supposed to be a high of ...
... 1986. Since Card’s restaurant debut in the 80’s with the Cuco’s franchise, he has relocated, dropped the Cuco’s name and now just calls the place Joe’s Grill and Cantina.
The restaurant’s convenient location across from Harp’s on 74th Street, between Phoenix and Rogers is easy to get in and out of if you are visiting someone at Mercy, shopping at Sam’s Club or ...
... from my trip to Taliano's Italian Restaurant on my Exploring with Happy facebook page. Enjoy!
1 ½ pound ricotta cheese
½ cup sugar
¼ cup rum
3 heaping tablespoons dry fruits
1 ounce semi-sweet chocolate square
1 – pound cake Sara Lee
½ cup strong coffee
6 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
½ cup sugar
1 ½ sticks of butter