Posted by John Nichols on July 11, 2022 at 07:24:25 user Mcneacail.
In Reply to: Re: Shewn (was shown) posted by Peter Hyland on July 11, 2022 at 01:00:53:
I took my American wife to see Chester on our way to the Lake District. I cannot say that she enjoyed either experience. I enjoyed both, but that is not the point in travelling. The point is to enjoy it with someone or it is just a journey and journeys are never fun unless you talk to the characters on the journey.
When travelling one can never solve the mysteries of why one takes a particular route. I took my daughter from Houston to New Orleans last week, straight run about 7 hours. We came home the long way through Vicksburg just to show her the country. Her opinion, Dad next trip let us do Paris. Vicksburg has a huge National Park for a major Civil War battle, she thought it was boring and I got lost, it is so big.
In Vicksburg they hand dug caves as Morris Shelters, and that reminds me of that great book, Post D.
As we drove across Louisiana I reminded my daughter that it was about 56 years since the death of AR - I told her about hearing it on the ABC news in Australia. Early June '66 from memory and she said "Who?"
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