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... the sites and then take a flight on Air Asia to Borocay Island. It's been a year since I have broken out my backpack .. I'm feeling a bit rusty. The trick to packing up everything you need in a tiny backpack is to visualize your travel day in your mind. ...taking only the bare necessities and understanding that every little item adds weight to your load. I have everything ...
... to a Chicago Fires game. The game sold out, which was unusual and unfortunate. We just stayed home and ate supper; that was fine by all of us. Then, Mom, Jan, CJ, Jack, and I went for a walk with the dogs.The game was on TV, and we saw Damon and Jamie there! We eventually went to ...
... instead of the geological and biological wonders of the West. The geological wonders of the East have been dammed up and mined. The biological wonders have been eaten and turned into modest log cabins for pioneers hundreds of years ago.
Because of the circumstances, we have packed a bit differently from our last trip. We have gone easy on the camp kitchen since we won't be too far from a Wal-mart. I also did not pack a heavy sleeping bag, although Jessica is trying ...
... current location in 1921.
One of the big attractions at the Field Museum is Sue, the largest, best preserved and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil found to date. The mounted skeleton is prominently displayed in the lobby of the museum. There was information about Sue but nothing about the rather interesting story of all the lawsuits, arrests and prison sentences that occurred as a result ...
... the Sun and the planets moved around the Earth. Copernicus is the Father of Modern Astronomy.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in Eastern Poland and gave his first concert in America in 1891 in Carnegie Hall in New York City. He became so famous that 10 years later everyone in Europe and in the United States knew his name. He gave over 1,500 concerts in the U.S. He had his own railway car and carried his own ...