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Category Archives: Misc
You don’t need to be a genius to know that Memphis is a city rich in musical history. We decided to put on our blue suede shoes and board a plane … to spend five days with our dear friend … Continue reading
I’m here in Denver sans Brian. Why Denver in the midst of the chilly fall/winter season, you ask? Well, I wanted a quick cheap getaway to a destination that has yet eluded me. Two of my friends have relocated to … Continue reading
Huh. We had a fun little romp around Hannibal. Who woulda thunk I would get a kick out of this Mark Twain stuff? Now we’re on the road back to the Windy City, but we’re taking the freeway. Only 73 … Continue reading
Having driven nearly 400 miles along Route 66, we have started to make our way back to Chicago so we can catch our flight back to Los Angeles on Sunday evening. But first, a side trip to Hannibal, MO (insert … Continue reading
Day 5. There isn’t really too much to do in St. Louis except eat toasted ravioli and take a ride to the top of the Gateway Arch. Having enjoyed the deep-fried pasta goodness the evening before, we decided to kick-start … Continue reading
You know you’re in the hood when the auto dealer’s featured car — on the raised platform — is a 78 Caddy.
I think I finally discovered the reason behind the abrasions all over my body. The cloth sandpaper that hotels call “towels” these days. Oh, Hilton. I expected so much more from you. Even the toilet paper felt smooth and luxurious … Continue reading
Sam Waterston has the most amazing sculpted eyebrows. They are like fine art deserving of a blue ribbon. Also, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum rocks. It is world class fun. That is all.
Thunderstorm warnings are issued by county. When you’re traveling, that’s a problem. “Excuse me, miss, what county are we in? Cause if this is Logan, Macon or Sangamon county, we shouldn’t be be standing next to this plate glass window.”
Old roads full of kitsch Giant statues beckon us Land that time forgot