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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    August 30, 2010


    Dan at Necessary Roughness

    I've not been to the New York set, nor LAX, nor Boston.

    Dulles in DC actually wasn't that bad, but I wasn't there that long.

    St. Louis really isn't that bad, either. I've never had problems sitting down at the Chili's and getting a brew while blogging.

    I would submit the following airports for review.

    Memphis. It is a near-miracle to have a prop plane make an on-time connection at this airport. I think I've stayed the night three or four times in their hotel.

    Denver. You may never travel so far from terminal to baggage claim just to retrieve your luggage.

    As far as the good reports go, I definitely endorse Houston-Intercontinental and its food.


    Dan, Not too many places to eat at Lambert. Chili's is pretty much the main one. And after 8 at night, it's hard for a hungry traveler.

    Dan at Necessary Roughness

    Yeah, getting a bite to eat before/after the main hours is tough. I know I've been in one airport where the McDonald's was open before 8am.


    The cab from Manhatten to LaGuardia is bad enough. Forget the condition of the airport.
    Denver, St.Lake City, Portland,Seattle, Phoenix all very good.
    Portland one of the best.


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