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Colin G. Calloway, Historian: Indian people shaped this continent. They established civilizations here, societies that had risen and in some cases fallen long before Europeans arrived. As you look across the continent at this time, Shawnees in the Ohio Valley are shaping that area, building their own societies; Cherokees in the southeast, Sioux in the western Great Lakes reaching out in the plains, Apaches on the southern plains and in the south west. Everywhere across North America there are communities and tribes and peoples whose histories are ongoing.
The Chesapeake Bay is an estuary to the North Atlantic, lying between the Delmarva Peninsula to the east and the North American mainland to the west. It is the ria, or drowned valley, of the Susquehanna River, meaning that it was the alluvial plain where the river flowed when the sea level was lower. It is not a fjord, because the Laurentide Ice Sheet never reached as far south as the northernmost point on the Bay. North of Baltimore, the western shore borders the hilly Piedmont region of Maryland; south of the city the Bay lies within the state's low-lying coastal plain, with sedimentary cliffs to the west, and flat islands, winding creeks and marshes to the east. The large rivers entering the Bay from the west have broad mouths and are extensions of the main ria for miles up the course of each river.
It's final three time as Mystikka Masala, Super Sope, and the Lunch Ladies drive into the coastal, Spanish-inspired city of Santa Barbara. Revealing to the audience their reasons for wanting to win the $50,000, they meet Tyler on the grounds of AvoGanic avocado farm for their first challenge. With their batch of free avocados from the farm, the teams, two of them waiting an hour due to the challenge, get shopping and selling in the city. Mystikka decides to adopt the strategy of Bachelor Kitchen by limiting the menu to be focused on the challenge dish alone. It's business as usual at all three trucks until Tyler calls with their third challenge of the day. As they continue to sell, Mystikka nearly runs out of food, the Ladies have slow foot traffic, and Super Sope get sentimental as their family arrive at their truck. The next day, another call from Tyler brings another ingredient challenge. Business gets booming, with Mystikka and Sope having battled for the same spot, and the Ladies being bought out with some time being left in the day, but until sunset, all three hope to secure a spot in the finale.
Totality lasts from 11:29 P.M. to 12:53 A.M., spanning 85 minutes (all times are EDT unless otherwise noted). Mid-totality occurs at 12:11 A.M. For observers along the eastern coast of the U.S., the Moon then stands at least 25 high in the southern sky. Our satellite appears at progressively lower altitudes for observers farther west. Enjoy the spectacular view of the deep orange Full Moon floating in a star-studded dome. Enhanced views from the country will reveal the summer Milky Way rising in the southeastern sky, normally blocked out by the light of the uneclipsed Full Moon. The partial phases progress until 1:55 A.M. and the final penumbral trace leaves the disk imperceptibly by 2:50 A.M.
On May 6, the main-belt asteroid 4 Vesta stands between Saturn and Deneb Algedi. The 7th-magnitude asteroid is within easy reach of binoculars, only 0.7 south of Saturn. Vesta treks eastward and remains within about 1 of Saturn for three days either side of the 6th.
The least variation of climate in the continental United States occurs during the summer, when much of the nation is warm to hot, with average highs from 80/90 F (27-32C) weather, often reaching 100 F throughout many regions of the country. Desert valleys in the Western United States often see the highest temperatures in the nation, along with many days and sometimes weeks of very dry weather. San Francisco and coastal Washington have the coolest summers in the Western United States excluding alpine regions of eastern California and Colorado. The greatest difference in climate from region to region occurs during the winter season, which is mainly December to February, when temperatures can range from below 0 degrees (-18C) in the Northern Great Plains, to a much milder 75 (24C) in the southern regions of the country. Long stretches of below freezing temperatures are common during the winter season across the Northern Midwest and Northern Northeast, getting milder as you travel south, therefore, travelers should prepare to dress accordingly.
As American and European settlers pushed farther west, past the Appalachians, the federal government began organizing new territories and then admitting them as new states. This was enabled by the displacement and decimation of the Native American populations through warfare and disease. In what became known as the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee tribe was forcibly relocated from the Southeastern United States to present-day Oklahoma, which was known as \"Indian Territory\" until the early 20th century. The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 brought French-owned territory extending from the Mississippi River to parts of the present-day Western United States under American control, effectively doubling the country's land area.
If you miss an Amtrak connection because your first train is late, Amtrak will book you onto the next available train (or in rare cases a bus) to your final destination. If your destination is on the Northeast Corridor, this isn't a big deal (departures are every hour) but in other parts of the country the next train may not be until tomorrow. If your reservations involved sleeper accommodations (Amtrak's First Class on their long-distance overnight trains) on either your late-arriving train or your missed connection, you will get a hotel voucher for the unplanned overnight stay. For coach class passengers in the same situation, you will not get a hotel voucher; your unplanned lodging arrangements and cost will be your responsibility. However, after your travel is completed, Amtrak's Customer Service will commonly offer travel vouchers of $100 or more off future Amtrak travel to inconvenienced passengers. This is true for all classes of service.
The Great American Road Trip (see above) is the most traditional way to see a variety of sights; just hop in the car and cruise down the Interstates, stopping at the convenient roadside hotels and restaurants as necessary, and stopping at every interesting tourist trap along the way, until you reach your destination.
Foreign nationals are legally required to have a passport, visa, and I-94(W) entry record (or Green Card) in their possession at all times. Consequences for not having them during a document check may be severe; you may be delayed or detained until your status can be verified. Long-term visa holders and permanent residents have been fined, or in extreme cases had their visas canceled for being found without their documents. If your documents are in order, you generally won't be questioned. Even US citizens are increasingly being advised to carry proof of citizenship, or at the very least identification of some kind, in areas under Border Patrol jurisdiction. 781b155fdc