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Instantly I thought, "WHAT am I doing????" Sure, Ohio's a great place to be from ----FAR FAR from, that is!  :runforhills:

 

That's it, great advice little round bouncy fella -- run for the hills. Alas, the Rockies which are more expedient or the Appalachians which are far better.

 

So, the mind greatly settled (and cracked), I proceeded post haste to ...

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think what to do next. Suddenly I began to hear a buzzin' buzzin' and in the distance I saw a number of people seemingly Letting their feet fly and their arms fly, too, buzzin' around round and round Like Do-Bee-do. Weird. So I...

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sought to hide. In The Hiding Place I expected to find Corrie Ten Boom but instead I found a bespectacled guy who looked 7 months pregnant with a black,grey and white beard.

 

Recognizing him as OFP made me realize my location was "under a rock". Great, now I knew where I was but still had no way home (or anywhere else). OFP said his church could get me a ticket on the train. What train? The 282Mikado express. Wonderful, after boarding and getting under way I realized I didn't know where this train was bound for (in spite of the choir singing out the destination).

 

In asking the conductor as to where this train would conduct me I was told ...

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Sorry 282Mikado doesn't go to this White House.

 

Following OFPs post...

 

...."listen to the song man, this is the Chattanooga Choo Choo. You're headed to Appalachia!

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...or not... Regardless, Krepnirm advised that I must still be dreaming as I am OBviously still in the fictional land of Nebraska (Mutual of Omaha?) and so he recommended I go off with his friend, Jim Fowler, who was preparing to leave to some remote location in Africa to personally wrestle with the 10 most deadly animals known to man. (poor Jim, Marlin always did get the easy jOBs).

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...which has the wonderful secondary attribute of acting as an aspirin, which I am in desperate need of considering the headache I have developed through all this. And so off I go with Jim on a mission to who knows where...

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