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... really enjoyed everyones company. After a quick stop at Eric's, I spent the rest of the evening packing.
The next morning, I woke up early to load my suitcases before heading to breakfast with Mom, Aunt Beanie, Uncle Karl, CJ, Luke, Aunt Mary, and Uncle John. We went to the Hot Metal Diner, which is always delicious. It was a great breakfast. After ...
... garage until I got back in my car, I was treated to great views. The stadium sat across the Allegheny River from where I parked so I walked across the Roberto Clemente Memorial Bridge, which they close off from vehicle use on game day. Larger than life statues of Clemente and Willie Stargell were popular photo opportunities. A Honus Wagner statue stood on a pedestal in front of the home ...
... marriage to Susan, a pianist and music educator and feminist just now retired from the same university, and their life of concert-making and some recording taking them all over the world where our paths almost crossed, metaphorically, in Slovenia and Buenos Aires and even he and Jon's lives when Dan played in the Univ of Michigan brass band where Jon went every year with his folks to their famous gridiron games' and the ...
... stage! So cool. It was also the end point of the trail we were on!
More to come! Thanks to everyone in Pittsburgh! I had a wonderful time, and I feel like I could never do a fifth of the memories justice, but here are two great photos of the concert!
We are moving along with the trip plans. All but one hotel is book and I will go to travel agent next week and book the last night by Barcelona airport. I will pick up all the train tickets while I am there also. The luggage has arrived and I have started to pack. I have almost all the medicine ready to go will have to get one right before we leave. Next objective is airport transportation. We ...
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