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Yellowstone Vacation – Part 5

Yellowstone Vacation – Part 5

Friday, September 14, 2001

 When we woke up, we called the United flight information number, and were informed that the flight was cancelled. This did not break our hearts considering that we weren’t sure that the security threats were under control yet.

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Adventures in Japan – Part 2

 Terry and PJ’s Adventures in Japan – May 2000

Monday, May 22, 2000

Chuck returned to his house and we went on to Hiroshima. We visited Hiroshima Castle. Only one section of the castle was rebuilt after the bomb was dropped during WWII. The foundation remained, so the footprint of the castle walls was still discernable.

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Yellowstone Vacation – Part 4

Yellowstone Vacation – Part 4

Wednesday, September 12, 2001

Wednesday morning, we woke up and Terry’s right eye was swollen shut, and his left eye was about halfway shut. We went to the emergency walk in clinic where they cleaned out his eyes. They also gave us a prescription for antibiotic eye drops and a cream to help with the swelling.

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Adventures in Japan – Part 1

I’ve always loved to write, including keeping travel journals from our vacations. I’ve divided them into several posts, as some are rather long.

They are old, but I hope you enjoy them anyway.

Terry and PJ’s Adventures in Japan – May 2000

 Friday, May 19, 2000

 We flew from Florida to Tokyo to visit our friend while he was stationed in Japan. Chuck (our friend and U.S. Naval Officer stationed in Yokosuka) found us at the airport right on time. Chuck’s house  was about 2 hours from Narita airport. We took a wrong turn on the way home, so it took a little longer to get there.

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Yellowstone Vacation – Part 3

Yellowstone Vacation – Part 3

Monday, September 10, 2001

Terry and I saw the elk again this morning. He had a stick with some streamers stuck in his antlers. Later that morning, we saw the rangers tranquilize him so that the stick could be removed. On a side note, The buck had a very shrill mating call. It was higher pitched than either of us would have anticipated.

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