...attempts at pithy remarks along the way
Ahahaha. Good one.
Hmmm, it's just not coming to me. ;)
*GRIN!* I love this...
I just can't see Vanna playing this game.
Can I buy a vowel, please?
Ha! Thanks for that.
Hi there,Thanks for checking out my blog. I have just visted yours and wanted to comment on your road trip. My husband teaches (I don't unfortunately for summer travel) and he and the 3 boys drove from GA to CO a few days ago and are in Boulder as I type this. Tomorrow I fly to Denver and take a shuttle to join them in Estes Park. After a few days there we drive to Black Hills, SD and spend a few days. Not sure if we will mosey up to Devil's Tower (the point of my comment is I saw this is one of your stops). We'll drive thru the Badlands and work our way home. They loved St. Louis so maybe we'll stop there again. I read that Springfield, MO has tons of Lincoln sites so that would be neat. Nice to meet you and I will be back.
I think I would do well in this version of Wheel!
I'd like to buy a vowel.
You people are all so BAD! That is why Fantastic Forrest loves you so.Michele Renee - your blog is great! I've already had several folks respond to my Facebook posting of your piece about Ford's spontaneous combustion problem. Have a lovely time on your trip. I have fond memories of the Badlands - we stayed in a little ranch B&B there and ate dinner with the family. And the cabins in Custer State Park were fun and historic, and we took a jeep ride out to see the buffalo and their babies as well as some antelope. Good times.
Hey FF - thanks for the visits. I added your blog to my blogroll (actually I just use a simple list).thanks
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