Monthly Archives: September 2015

Blisters on the Soles of Her Feet

Sunday, September 28 It’s our last day in Chicago. We gathered for an early breakfast because Mary S had to leave on a 10 am flight. It was such a treat to have her here with us. She moved away … Continue reading

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My Kind of Town

Sunday, September 27 After breakfast, several of us headed to the lake shore for a short walk. In the distance, we could see the Ferris wheel at Navy Pier. This Ferris wheel was installed in 1995, and measures 150 feet … Continue reading

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Sky High Architecture

Saturday, September 26 This morning, most of us hiked down to Navy Pier to take an Architectural River Tour with Shoreline Sightseeing. It was a fabulous day for this tour, as it was warm and sunny. Our docent was well … Continue reading

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Reflections on Chicago

Friday, September 25 Seven of us left from Minneapolis at 9 am, and arrived in Chicago around 10:25, then headed to the Knickerbocker Hotel, located near the Water Tower. This historic hotel is strategically located at one end of the Magnificent … Continue reading

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Three Decades of Friendship

Thursday, September 24 I’m looking forward to a weekend in Chicago with seven dear friends. In October, 1985, I placed an ad in the FEW (Forum of Executive Women) newsletter, with the intention of starting a book group. I was … Continue reading

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