Tecumseh Inn & Suites
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... 5 pairs of shoes
lots of snacks
travelers diarrhea meds
a few other first aid items
kleenex to use as TP when not available
travel size bathroom items (everything in 3 ounce size or smaller and only 2 zip lock bags worth)
yarn to knit another pair of socks
and of course a couple of cameras.
Eek! Just a few hours left!!!
... list that haven't even THOUGHT about packing yet!!!. In as little as twelve hours I will be departing for Antarctica. Yes, that Bright the bottom the frozen Continent! The trip promises to be along and arduous one:
DFW to DTW Today
DTW to MIA Tomorrow
DTW to EZE (points if you Know that) Tomorrow / Friday
EZE to USH (more points) Friday
Ushiaui, Tierra del Fuego board ship on Saturday
As things sit night now ...
... on the road for about an hour. We are traveling northwest and the line of thunderstorms is traveling north east. It's is only a matter of time before we cross paths!
The sky got dark, the wind picked up and down came the deluge. It rained so hard that it was hard to see the road. When an eighteen wheeler passed us, it felt more like a freight train.
Although Mike is ...
... be a different story. Also, Denis is still not healthy enough to be walking 4 or 5 hours which would be what I think would be the thing to do in downtown Chicago. After we left the KOA this morning we headed to the I-90 allowing Garmin to direct us over to the Michigan International Speedway near Brooklyn, Michigan which Denis wanted to check out and look into tickets. The I-90 is a toll road-- $1.50 then $1.50 then $1.80 -- at this third ...
... no alternative explanation why. Tibetans, Uighurs, Christians and political prisoners are also victims of forced organ harvesting in China, but not on nearly the same scale.
This has been happening for years in China, but only in 2006 did the wife of a transplant surgeon come forth and say that her husband had done over 2,000 cornea removals from live prisoners of conscience. These types of stories are the kind ...