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It is 36 degrees and snowing - hard. Raise your hand if you care.
Jeff and I don't care! We are driving to DIA (Denver International Airport) to go first to Chicago and then on to Orlando, FL for a week.
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... the table. And we decided that taking a perhaps slightly limited trip to Asia was a better option than sitting at home depressed for a month because we should have been there. We packed for about two weeks prior to departure, getting the gear and the clothes just right, and re-learning how to rig up the luggage to the stroller so that I would not have to carry much at all - we could put it all on wheels. (Or rather, I could ...
... Park. We took the western leg of the light rail train to Union Station, hopped on a free shuttle bus that takes passengers along the 16th Street pedestrian mall, and transferred to another light rail line to reach Five Points neighborhood.
Five Points is an historically black neighborhood that is undergoing urban renovation. We were headed to the Black American West Museum. The museum is the former home of Justina Ford, who in ...
... 160; Susan S - "Like many trips of this kind, we went to amazing places, had fun adventures, took a lot of photos and ate awesome meals. There were 3 things that made this trip unique for me: 1. We had conversations with some extraordinary people-- both Jews and Arabs--who helped us understand the wide range of Israelis'beliefs and emotions about their current political environment. ...
... and also runs clinics and urgent car clinics around the town. As we were coming out of one of the meetings there had been a rapid response team called and they were finishing their assessment and plan for the patient; he would be transferred to the PICU. My accent again causes discussion but it was my pronunciation that was the focus today, I hadn't been conscious of how many words that Americans do not pronounce many of the letters. They ...