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Today we are off to Saint Augustine for the Gilbert Family Reunion. Should be a fun time.
This year there will be only 29 of us, as Glenn has a work commitment and will not make it. He will certainly be missed, but we can give him a call.
Dee Dee and the rest of the Worley family have a house on the beach, the Bates family are staying in a house about two blocks away and the rest of us are staying at the Hampton ...
... to wait for a taxi driver to come inside the airport and get a ticket and then he will take you out to your car. At no other airport did we have to wait as long for a ride. It was comical. The good news is they have created jobs...the bad news is that they have way too many "cooks" and the "broth" surely get spoiled!
1st Place: Korea...we love Korean Barbecue.
2nd Place: We ate at a little restaurant in Tokyo that did a sort of ...
... of names under that brand to select. Hungry Jack was a name that was used in the U.S. For pancakes and the franchisee whose name was Jack something or other chose it. He added the apostrophe and "s" to make it possessive and there you have it. "Hungry Jack's". True story and very important to Australian history, I'm sure. 8. We enjoyed fish and chips a few times and it is served with tartar sauce...not malt vinegar. 9. Sydney, like Atlanta, is a melting pot for many ...
... I took the girls for mani/pedis then we met up with the adults for lunch on the Square. That evening, we headed up to Stone Mountain for the Laser show. In all my visits to the Atlanta area, I'd never been to the mountain. The views from the top were amazing and the laser/fireworks show was lots of fun. We spent the 4th hanging around the house and then hanging around the pool. There may have also been an ...
... and of course, my favorite color, green); I toted it home and threw it in the least used room of my house, the dining room. A week or so later I thought it would be good to know what was in Jolly Green in case any airport official asked if I had packed the suitcase myself, I wanted to be able to fake an almost honest "yes". So I opened it up, halfway torn zipper and all, and hidden ...