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... Museum. I’m not a huge baseball fan but our tour guide obviously loved his job and told all kinds of baseball stories. There was a guy there that demonstrated how bats used to be made. It would take 30 minutes a bat. Now they can make a bat in 30 seconds. I also didn’t realize that every major league baseball play gets his bat custom made with ...
... so I will just have to buck up and walk out the door without them.
Time to do a final final check to make sure nothing has been forgotten, one last cuddle with mu pups and then out the door we go!
Next post will be from London!
Safe travels and happy memories to all!
... up 5 time zones in the future!
I want to give a big shout out to all of my kids, and everyone of you know who you are, for being so loving and supportive in all ways, but especially when it came to this trip. Just remember, I have a little bit of all of you with me. Love you all to the moon and back!
Until next time,
safe travels and happy memories to all!
... then they were off. The atmosphere was intense, everyone was watching their little piece of track and hoping their bet would pay off. But it was the favourite, California Chrome who came home victor. Seeing the owners congratulating each other and the families that surround this horse celebrating their victory was quite emotional. It was pretty special to be apart of the 140th running of this race and see the horse that won it in the ...
... The new addition of a Seattle glass artist, Chihuly's blown glass panels made of about 1,300 individual pieces of glass, The Spirit of the Maker, capped our tour of this distillery, designated a National Historic Landmark. Inspired by bourbon and Maker's Mark, its blue glass represents water, amber and green for corn and wheat, and red for Maker's Mark's famous wax.
We like Makers Mark 46, yes Dan's new favorite. The ...
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