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  • June 13 - 22 Grand Family Safari

    #2 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 2:00:39 PM

     

    My granddaughter, age 15 and I will be on the June 17-26 safari.


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  • Scotland Tour begins Aug 3rd Glasgow

    #4 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 1:01:52 PM

     

    To Don Johnson:Thank you for your Post but your timing does not meet our needs. We have set up a full day of touring on Thursday August 2nd. looking to say hello on Friday Aug 3 welcome party.


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  • Hot air Balloon Questions

    #8 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2018 12:52:38 PM

     

    The first time I went ballooning, two couples were sharing the ride, so one couple would ride and the other couple would chase the balloon with the truck and trailer that belonged to the pilot. Then he landed half way through the day, and the couples would switch, so the couple that was chasing would ride, and vice versa. We rode first so we were chasing later in the day when the wind picked up. We chased for a long time while the pilot was hoping for less wind and a place to land. We got thirsty so we made a quick stop at a convenience store to get a drink,, and when we came out the balloon was gone! He had ‘landed’ just when we went to get the drinks. Fortunately, he had flares, and smokes to set off so we were able to find the corn field where he ‘landed’. They always carry champagne for the farmer to compensate for damaged crops. The only reason he ‘landed’ there was that he was running out of fuel, and the passengers said it was a pretty ‘exciting’ experience, but no one got hurt.


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Sigmund Freud theorized that we have multi-track minds, and I’m pretty sure that one track of my mind is always dedicated to music. If there is no music in the environment, there is still always some melody playing in my head. I know many others share this condition. People talk about earworms, tunes that seem to lodge in your head and keep p...

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For me growing up in America, the cultural footprint of Spain was so broad and deep that it almost faded into invisibility. My first history lesson said that Columbus discovered America and claimed it for Spain. I learned to take that assertion with a grain of salt, but it is true that Spain kicked off the wave of exploration and colonization ...

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