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... Roosevelt and Lincoln. Perhaps, after a couple of millenia the faces at Rushmore will be sufficiently worn away and, perhaps, people will be as vague about who Washington Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln were as most of us are about the Buddhas of Bamiyan. Perhaps they would then feel outraged if the presidential quartet were dynamited, but nobody alive now and in their right mind could disagree: the Mount must go. Where’s the Taliban when you need them?
... sides for shade and to make it even feel more roomy.
Decided to hike to the top of the ridge above the campsite with Chuck. It was another gradual climb that offered some incredible views as you climbed up and up. Got to the top and there were some picnic tables where we sat and enjoyed a small snack and the view. We had some great conversation with Chuck on the way up and down and came back and had some hummus and ...
... afternoon, eager to get some miles behind us and be on our way. After an uneventful day, we spent the first night in West Memphis, Arkansas. West Memphis, AR is to Memphis as Las Vegas NM is to Vegas. I begin to detect a pattern.
Sunday morning we loaded our Honda Odyssey onto the 500-mile gun barrel that is I-40 West (formerly Route 66) and shot ourselves straight through to Yukon, Oklahoma. Not to be mistaken for the real Yukon, the town has no mountains ...
... we landed ourselves in a little bit of interesting local history. He chose Frankie's at the Casanova. When we were seated, I found that I could read some of a note on the back of a picture frame that was sitting on top of some sort of bookcase. The note was a bit curious, leading to me being a bit curious. It read (roughly): "I hope you will do my father the honor of displaying this in your place of business." Then a bit I couldn't read, followed ...
... but when we mentioned that I had been at the United World College for IB training this week, the father announced that he, too, had done his IB training there so that he could teach—wait for it—TOK. That was a fun set of coincidences. I would not have put much money on a bet that we could run into a TOK teaching Chemistry grad from Haverford whose Haverford grad daughter also went to UIUC. I bet we bored the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking