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... by spending an evening in Paris before flying home!
It's going to be busy week leading up to the trip but I'm sure it will fly by and we will be on our way!
In the meantime, I hope everyone is enjoying their 4th of July weekends!!!
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... and crypts. They went on for blocks and blocks!
The city itself is very clean even though it is so crowded. There are few places to park a car so most people walk, ride a bike, take a taxi or take the "El". The cab drivers here are not as crazy as they are in New York City, but some of them are in training I think.
We decided that we would skip on the Sky Walk in Willis Tower. For those of you that ...
Well, all the lazing reading and listening to the critters means we had some chores to get done, so today, that is what we did. House cleaning.
As a reward we got to watch the fire flies again tonight AND we got woken up at 2:30 in the morning by a HUGE thunder and lightening storm! Loved it!
Okay, I have dried dozens of times to attach a video of the fireflies, but it just won't work. If it ever does, I will let you know. Sorry.
We took a drive into Rockford today. May I say...BOO! There was one small stretch of land that had some beautiful houses on a lake, but other than that...everything we saw was broken down, run down, empty and trashed. The "highway" runs right through town but we just couldn't get out of there quite fast enough.
We came back to camp and Mike decided to detail the Jeep a bit. I, on the other hand, just enjoyed the view. I think you can understand why ;-)
... was so wonderful seeing friends that I’ve had connections with at some stage in my life…from diapers, 2 years old, teenage and now adult. I was very thankful that a few ladies took a day off from work to come see me. I truly felt I was ‘home’ seeing these people. And just like the old days a few of us took a looong adventurous walk down the train tracks reminiscing about our crazy younger years. Somehow ...