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Saturday Stops - Traveling

All Aboard the Meme Express – Saturday, November 21, 2009

Thanksgiving is just six days away – and Americans everywhere are preparing. Folks are defrosting turkeys, baking pumpkin pies, putting extra leaves into dining room tables, polishing water glasses and making other advance arrangements.

Many are packing for holiday travel.

It’s time for Saturday Stops at Meme Express. Each Saturday, we offer a weekend word or two for that day’s prompt.

Just for fun, here’s an oldie: “Travelin’ Man,” by Ricky Nelson. Check out the black-and-white video:



The Meme Express prompt for today is:


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