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... of the fast food sign offerings... More upscale than we've seen the last two weeks. The roads got busier at this time, about two hours of up and down mountains and through tunnels. Glad I took the first driving shift. It was a beautiful drive though. Filled up on gas and dropped off the RV. A little bittersweet, but at this point, we are ready. Thirty four hundred miles later... We figure I drove seven to ...
When we got our boarding passes in Vancouver, we discovered that our flight from Denver to Kansas City had actually been pushed up by about 15 mins.
We landed in Denver and it was crazy! There were people everywhere. There had been a storm and the airport had been closed for a few hours.
Our flight was delayed a few times, but we thought we were lucky as the flight after ours had been canceled. Eventually they boarded us. We went down stairs ...
... br> The drive to Denver was one of our shorter drives and through Castle Rock...My daughter, Cammie's best friend from high school and college lives here in Castle Rock....We waved as we drove North to our next hotel...Emily and Calie had a hole burning in there pockets and wanted to shop at a nearby shopping mall...Afterwards, it was dinner at Chile's and the kids went next door to the Cinema...I stayed in and watched the UVA ...
4:15 a.m., the phone rings (ouch!).
5 a.m., I hop into the taxi for the airport.
7:30 a.m., I'm leaving Peru.
It's a bittersweet departure.
The advantage of a long travel day is it gives me time to reflect.
MSU Denver's trip to Peru was meaningful in ways I hadn't expected. It became a shared journey of discovery. One that cultivated new friendships and fulfilled bucket lists.
Not just mine! ...
... turn this around! (I doubt it...)
Tuesday we had Modules. This was such a fun day! During these Modules they watch you dance, sing, talk, and how you talk about UWP. They watch your stage-outfit, take a picture,
give you information about the technic in the show and tell you all about marketing.
This happens in little groups of about 12 persons. I made a lot of new friends today and had a great time! Even though I felt a huge soar throat coming up and ...