Super 8 Okawville
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... the time we made it to California, Paula reported that she thought we might need more than three; by the time we got to California we were well into book #3.
As almost an urgent plea, Shirley kindly made a run to our home and retrieved the rest of the CDs and sent them to us in Eugene. This was very fortunate. For those unfamiliar with series of books, the first two start as 200+ page books and then 300+ for book ...
So we've been home almost two weeks now. It's an unusually cool Fourth of July, even getting to sleep with the windows open. Last night we visited josh at Boy Scout camp - it would have been a wasn't night to stay, but we didn't think far enough ahead and the boys and chickies needed tending. I'm constantly scheming on how to get back to Costa Rica. I find myself researching something else related to Costa Rica every time I'm near a computer. ...
... to find the Truman Library by following street signs to no avail. The signs would just stop. Rather than stop and ask at a visitor center we decided to skip it and continued on I 70 to I 64 at St Louis and across the Mississippi River into Illinois. We found a Wal Mart about thirty miles on the other side of the river and called it a ...
... most of the first half of the show. He had a lot of questions about publicizing the show better next time and since John and I did advance publicity for the show last year, I could give him a number of ideas that we learned last year.
After the show we had plans to watch another episode of Ripper Street (SUCH a great show from the BBC) but we were both way too tired to stay awake. Tomorrow’s call time is 6:30am and we’re only driving 20-some ...
... we road into Sesser one of my favorite sights unfolded. At a jct that led to Rend Lake there were some major national food chains, but the small, locally owned malt shoppe was packed with cars and dozens of people while the others stood vacant. We found a paved bike path that circled around Rend Lake. Hill climbing in this heavy air is definitely more difficult. As we cross over to the spillway we met 2 biking couples that ...