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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!
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... lake. 2. Favorite camp: Wild Source Research Camp - while not the most luxurious, the camp just had a great "feel" 3. Favorite meals: Breakfast - Istanbul hotel, with view of the Sea of Marmara Lunch - up on a hill, overlooking wildabeest, thousands of them, migrating across the plain Dinner - Wild Source African dinner 4. Favorite beer - Serengeti 5. Favorite bird - ...
Despite the cab not coming on time I arrived to find the flight delayed anyway. The security guard at the gate wanted to talk soccer (he was a "Munchester" fan) and at least he'd heard of QPR. I had an early lunch and waited... ... Only to find the flights had been rescheduled and changed to a different gate. Having had to swallow the exorbitant charge for my luggage I was loathed to buy lunch on board (who are United Airlines - Ryanair?) I read my book, snoozed and admired the ...
... there is a good chance, that I'm praying for, that temps will be nice throughout this trip; but in the West the weather story changes fast. Tornadoes and floods and wildfires are happening all over out there. The flooding has been historical up near the Rocky front ranges north of Cheyenne. So we will set off mid-day. Chicago business is taken care of, and packing Is almost done. On this day last year, we were deep in the heart of ...
... and universities. The homeless and ne'er-do-wells filled the streets too.
We hit Market Street and Union Station just in time for the furious rush hour, when thousands try to cross the bridges into Illinois after work. We sat for an hour waiting for our turn to enter the MLK Bridge. As I passed into Illinois, I noticed the fuel light was on. I could feel the car begin to stall. That meant I had to do the unthinkable and exit in East Saint Louis for gas.