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Walker News - Update
Final update: April 22, 2007

Welcome to March Edition of the News

March was a busy month as we ventured out to Las Vegas. and Ridgecrest California for a surprise birthday party for Kathy.


March 16, 2007

Valarie's daughter Jennifer and her granddaughter Cameron and grandson Dakota.

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March 22, 2007

The last three months of planning for Kathy's surprise birthday party came together this month. The execution of the plan began the morning of 21st as dear Dad provided transport for Melissa and Karl to DIA, which begin the first leg of our journey. The Luxor in Vegas was the agreed upon rendezvous point, as Pam and I, due to our work schedule boarded a later Frontier flight. The car rental upon our arrival and Luxor checkin signified that our first leg of this journey was completed.

Checking out the sites in Las Vegas always includes a stop at the StarTrek Experience Museum and gift shop. Posed with my uncle, but his Ferengi twin was on break.

The evening activities included a stop at the RIO to view the Masquerade Show in the Sky and ended the day at the famous Freemont Street Experience.


March 23, 2007

Friday's activities included a gondola ride at the Venetian with Melissa and Karl.

The disappointment on this day was the No Photo rule at the Ferrari Store and Showroom at the Wynn. The whole point of visiting the Wynn, was to view the extraordinary automobiles and capture a few digital pictures, as a must see stop for the fancier of these fine sports cars. But this policy implied that we would receive financial gain by exploiting our amateur photography abilities, rivaling those of a professional.

The thought did not occur to us that we had the power to control the destiny of the vast Wynn Empire? Yes, just imagine a vast conglomerate of photo reproductions that would spread to every continent on the world. The rumor spread, as these fine reproductions forced a sale off of WYNN stock and the beginning of the end as the vast resort empire crumbled, forcing granny to seek solace at the penny slots across the street.

Ok, I was going to write that all the seniors lost their net worth due to their vast holdings of WYNN stock had collapsed, which hasn't been seen since the great depression! But that would be pushing it just a tad too much?

You can tell from the way I've been writing, that we were somewhat perturbed of the whole deal, and hence Mr. Wynn lost four customers who turned around and did not tour the showroom that day. But I do now understand Mr. Wynn's success, is due in part to the gatekeeper who utters those words Photos Not Allowed, which preserved the natural order of the vast resort empire, avoiding catastrophic economic failure and ruin from this alternate universe.

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March 24, 2007

Kathy's surprise birthday party!

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March 25, 2007

Sunday


March 26, 2007

Monday

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Checking out a few brews at the Indian Wells Brewing Company.

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March 27, 2007

Desert Wildlife sculpture by David Phelps, McCarran International Airport Las Vegas

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