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... how much I learn about farming and other assorted skills. I'm excited to see unbelievable scenery. I'm excited to find peaceful places to sit and soak it all in. I'm excited to learn more about the indigenous culture (Maori) of New Zealand. And I'm excited to share it all with my friends and family back home.
Basically, I'm going to find adventure while learning to farm and looking for epic reading spots.
Follow the Kindle... ;)
... as the destination.
And what I am I planning to do with Bill's ashes? Currently, they are being stored at the funeral home. I plan to take a small packet of Bill's ashes to the top of Mauna Loa (the largest mountain on Earth in mass) on the Big Island of Hawaii this winter as a symbolic gesture of reaching his goal. The original goal of this blog's title "Rosaslovian's Greatest Adventure From the Dead Sea to the Top of Mauna Loa" was for ...
... corn maze in search of the apple pie thief! and munched on yummy donuts! From there we traveled to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, hiked some dune areas and took in some awesome views of Lake Michigan. From there we drove on to Glen Arbor, visited Cherry Republic and ate pizza at the local park where the grandkids were able to continue playing at the playground. How blessed we are to have shared in such a beautiful ...
... will take place on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Reynold-Jonkhoff Funeral Home at 305 6th St., Traverse City, MI. (231) 947-6347.
In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated for the new Cowell Family Cancer Center being built at Munson Hospital. Contact Des Worthington at (231) 935-6509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The family is being served by the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
... up mess of a road. The undulating terrain and rural scenery between the waterfront towns of East Jordon and Alden was idyllic, unfortunately, my focus was on steering around deep cracks, potholes and piles of crumbled asphalt.
Drat! At about 20 miles into my ride, Surly's rear tire went flat. ...