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Thursday, October 20, 2005

This is one of my favorites

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Some sights from a wondering Jew

During my travels, I come across many things that are just too hard to describe. Most often, it is very lonely and sad that I don’t have anyone to share some of these thoughts and sights with anyone. I try very hard to describe what I expirence on my calls home, but words alone can not do justice to the long drives, waiting at the airport or painfully long and boring plane rides. So, with the help of my new Treo 650, I thought it might be interesting to share some of things I see, and my thoughts as I expirence them. If I let you in my head for a few moments you’ll see that it can be a scary place. It is amazing what one does, to amuse at least myself when I travel. Unfortunately, it is still hard to catch everything. But here is a smattering from my last trip, which took me from Israel to Newark. Then on to Milwaukee. From Milwaukee to St. Louis and then a drive to Kansas City, KS. From KC on to Vancouver, BC.

I kid you not. This was on a tombstone at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri. Go Sox!

A house in Vancouver. Decorated against the disengagement...probably not. Just a bad color choice?

The Chabadnicks love this Air Canada flight. Personally, I did not enjoy it. They lost my luggage and did not have my Kosher food. Where is salvation when you need it

Better off in Israel

At the Confederate Cemetery, Higginsville, Lafayette County, Missouri. Ever ask yourself...... What is your legacy?

10 bucks if you can pronounce the city in the middle

Green in Williamsburg. No, not NY

Another reason not to drive in Missouri

You know your a red neck.....

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