Wednesday, October 3, 2007

get out the map

the mouse (and friends) are hitting the road later today. this time I'm heading north to the land of al capone, deep dish pizza, mrs. o'leary's cow, and architecture that shines. back to the north coast october 7th, no new posts until then.

p.s. record setting 3rd post for one day & coincidentally my 200th post on the mouse.

picture: ms t making sure the wheels are in good shape for our upcoming road trip. october 2007.

9 comments:

Dumdad said...

Congrats on your 200th post.

Enjoy your trip.

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Polly Jean said...

:-)

lettuce said...

yes, Congrats!

hope its a great trip, i look forward to seeing some pics, prhaps maybe?

lovely ms. T. Are those squidgy damp tissues she is clutching? eeewww.

:o)

Gary said...

Congratulations on the 200th post! Great photo.

Now, about Chicago...I have an amazing book recommendation The Devil in the White City. Since you are a bookaholic I would be remiss not to pass along this title.

kimy said...

thanks everyone for the congrats. silly for me to mention the 200th post on the mouse, but numbers always jump out.

lettuce rest assured I've been snapping away like crazy - whoops I mean normal. and expect more to come!

gary - that book sounds great, mysteries set in historical context are always great fun! on that note, have I have a couple to recommend set you your fair city - altho I bet you have read them - caleb carr's THE ALIENIST; then the second in the 'series' THE ANGEL OF DARKNESS. what a cast populating these books. I hope he continues the series, but I expect he's moved on.

chicago is amazing. makes cleveland seem so tiny in comparison. but that's cool as schumacher quipped "small is beautiful"

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Have a great trip and travel safely.

And congratulations on the 200th post!

Ladron de Basura said...

Happy 200th and have a good trip.

L.M.Noonan said...

Enjoy your teip to Chicago...the only place I've ever visited in the US. You aint wrong about the architecture.