Super 8 Mokena/Frankfort/I-80
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Day 27: 4323 miles
Friday, June 27
I got to Bonnie and Mike's house on Friday afternoon and spent a pleasant evening visiting with them. Bonnie -- Wally's younger sister -- and Mike have two grown daughters, who also have two young daughters. The youngest little ones were staying over, and it was fun, if a bit high-pitched, to see them.
Saturday, June 28
I got up early this morning and went for a walk before it got too hot. As it was, I ...
... in who knows and understands your company, the folks and the lifestyle rather than having someone who doesn't recognize you and your company at all.
Event pictures can be a special skill the event shooter in should have. When you short list locate those with whom you've worked before since it is superior to have a conference photographer in who understands and understands your company, the people and the lifestyle rather than having some body who ...
... to the airport was definitely one of the more interesting as the driver was telling me about how she'd come from Mexico to the U.S. and then just nonchalantly said that this was her first week back after having had her second heart attack this year. As you can imagine this did put me a little on edge and was very thankful when we got to the airport in one piece.
At check-in I was a little overweight (luggage-wise thank you very much!!!) so the ...
... fell, and the refreshing canal where you can dip your toes. It is a clever use of space with so many different areas and wonderful transitions between these. Well done Chicago! And even more exciting, we found a lovely wee squirrel to feed... It was almost brave enough to take the peanut from my hand but not quite. Amazing how feeding a peanut to a squirrel draws the crowds with their cameras! Do other people not realise that all you have to do is bring a ...
... We have one common goal – to experience the country of Haiti and it's culture and to lend a hand wherever it is needed; to bring our story back and share it with the rest of the company (and our friends and families); and to hopefully make a small difference in the life of a child who has already endured far more suffering that any one person should have to go through in a ...