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Monthly Archives: November 2013
December is here, and I am posting this from the proverbial road. Probably not on an actual road, but someplace where I can use my phone or my laptop in relative comfort and safety. I could not make up … Continue reading
We are back at the airport, waiting to catch Disney’s Magical Express . . . . . . We like kids, really we do, but in large quantities we like them best quiet and nearby, or noisy and very far … Continue reading
Today we spent our day with good friends and ate good food, and I hope all my subscribers and casual readers also had a good day. I don’t have an appropriate post prepared, but I did go to the beach … Continue reading
Yup! Those are my Florida keys. Driving a Corolla, I am, with all four of the cylinders under the hood working to make it seem as if there were twice as many cylinders hiding under there, and not making me … Continue reading
After a couple of Twilight Zone-like instances, we made it to Homestead. What I had estimated at 4 hours worth of semi-pleasant driving turned into a sometimes surreal five hours trek. The photo above is of our refuge for the … Continue reading
Don’t know how well this will work, but I’m initiating the documentation of our time on the sky road. It begins with an early drive to DIA. Then a relatively painless passage through the TSA checkpoint; no need to take … Continue reading