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This turned out to be not a very good day in terms of timing. They had a few mishaps and missed turns today. They dropped to 70 overall. They are getting to bed early tonight and starting over tomorrow with a bright outlook. Remember Guys...there are 5 legs that can be thrown out at the end of this race. And to Finish is to Win!!! WE ARE ALL PROUD OF ...
... Nebraska (population 481), which is along the Iowa border, across the Mississippi. There was a bizarre $1 bridge toll both entering and leaving the town, but we nevertheless recharged on coffee, eggs and toast to the backdrop of some old locals grumbling about national politics.
Earlier, Arno had noticed a small chip on the windshield, probably sustained after a small pebble flew into the glass on the highway, so after crossing back into Iowa we decided ...
I was up early for breakfast and for what was to be my last meal of the day although I didn't know it at the time.
I headed off on foot bound for the Lorraine Motel, the site where Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr. was assassinated back in April,1968. The motel no longer operates and is now just a shrine to Doctor King. The National Civil Rights Museum was set up next door at the sight where James Earl Rey, the assassin, ...
... it's worth looking at it (
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peabody_Ho tel ). If we hadn't been so busy, we would have gone to the roof to see the new duck habitat the hotel has built. In short, there are ducks that live in the fountain in the hotel and have since the 1930s. They were trained later to march from their home on the roof down to the fountain in the morning and back at 5 PM. The ducks have been on the Tonight Show and on Sesame Street. It was ...
... ahead of the wider civil rights protest he was organising. As a
way of commemorating the tragedy and the struggle for equality that black
Americans have endured, the National Civil Rights Museum was set up on the site,
and incorporates the room that MLK was staying in, and the balcony where he
The museum itself was wonderfully done; it documented the plight of black
American slaves through the abolition period, and right the ...