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... the absence of any major lowlights, we will simply say that the whole experience has been one big highlight. We have laughed, we have cried. But most importantly we have lived. We have had the time of our lives and would not have wanted to do it with anyone else. As the last calls for the flights sound in the background, that's where this blog ends. We are leaving on a jet plane; don't know when we'll be back again... One day we ...
... back, because we really had a great group of people working together last year. To those of you not returning - I MISS YOU ALREADY! I will toast you all over my first slice of Pizza Van Man pizza upon my return.
But most of our staff is returning, and I can't wait to see everyone. I feel like we've done a decent job of keeping in touch with each other - as Thomas said, "We'll always have Facebook," and for as much trouble ...
... to watch. We were a little worrisome because apparently there was a kayaker missing... I couldn't help but keep staring at the water hoping to see movement :/ but turns out the guy was fine! He just lost his kayak and got out...
I want to try this again. Maybe in dryer conditions :)
... Jan - Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas secede. Lincoln sworn in
On 12th April Fort Sumpter was attacked by the South and surrendered. Lincoln calls for 75,000 (90 day) volunteers to put down the rebellion.
Apr-June - Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina and Tennessee secede.
During these early months the secessions were about the right of the states to govern themselves and the south were worried that the North would make ...
... pointing towards our house! As we arrived within about a mile and a half from home, Ryan pointed out, "Now it just feels like we're coming home from Home Depot or something." So instead of a 32-day incredible and unforgettable odyssey with the family in our mini van, driving "one lap" from one coast to the other coast and back, once we got near home, it just felt like we were coming home from an errand. Well, that's the perspective of a 9-year old ...