April through June,
The Southeastern Loop
Never one to miss a parade,
Gary happened to make a left onto Main Street to find himself behind a
specially painted FedEx semi carrying the
Wankel Tyrannosaurus Rex
on the start of its journey to the
Many of the local citizens who waved and took pictures of the truck and
accompanying vehicles filled with dignitaries and staff from the
Museum of the Rockies,
Smithsonian and Army Corps of Engineers are probably still wondering who
the mystery guest was.
The highlight of this quarter was our trip around the southeastern US.
On this 6,000 mile journey we did not take the route originally planned
due to weather
and spent many evenings planning the next day's route based on weather
We visited friends and family as well as touring Dinosaur Monument,
the Huntsville Space Center,
Goats on the Roof
of a Cabbage Patch doll,
a great Cincinnati Reds Game,
the Dayton Air Force Museum and many other sights we happened upon.
In many of the southern cities we toured civil rights monuments and were
especially impressed by the
Rosa Parks Museum.
Getting caught up after our trip consumed several weeks.
On the last day of the quarter,
we were treated to the sight of a deer with velvet antlers grazing with
two Sandhill Cranes.
The cranes were probably taking advantage of insects the deer stirred up
while eating the grass.
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