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They say you go into post-vacay blues but this is not true for us! We are quite happy.
I very much enjoyed going to a new place (Chile) and going back after 5 years Argentina & Uruguay.
I feel a sense of relief. I longed to go back as soon as the last trip ended. But now I do not feel that anymore.
Unfortunately Nick has a bit of a cold. He had one when we left and now when we got back. Poor thing. I really hope I'm not next.
I feel very ...
... which is like a little tram that takes you up to a big hill overlooking the city. I felt a little wistful leaving but knew there were bigger and better things waiting for me.
Iowa was really quite boring. There were hills here and there which helped break the monotony but it was just truck after RV after truck after car after truck. Luckily, Tim had suggested (reminded me, actually) to download S.E.R.I.A.L. podcast from NPR. I downloaded the ...
We had a last minute Valentine's day dinner at Lot 2 after drinking with Al and Amy. It was worth it I suppose because Nick was in food nirvanna.
Our flights we thought were at 1:30pm were actually for 6:30pm. Unexpected time. We finished up house tasks, gathered things and pet Winston a bunch.
We also had a seating problem. We tried to check-in and need to choose our seats to complete it online. ...
Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
... not because it's difficult to be alone (I love me), but because I'm away from these people (and others just like them). And this weekend was just what I needed to change the way I travel in the future.
Turns out, Omaha is quite a nice little town, which is weird because the metro area covers nearly one million people. I'll estimate that a third of those people work at the headquarters of food giant ConAgra, maker of this nation's ...