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... south that we were able to bike and hike. The weather up north was starting to get ugly. We cycled the Tunnel Hill Rails to Trails from Vienna to Tunnel Hill and saw a group of about 10 beautiful wild turkeys gobbling their way through the forest desperately trying to avoid the inevitable Thanksgiving tradition. We learned about the Trail of Tears which went right through Vienna. The Trail of Tears is a name given to the forced relocation of Native American nations ...
Fall...the time of year where the midwest of America turns different shades of gold, orange and red. On our drive to Duluth, we got see this first hand and it was beautiful.
We were picked up by the yellow school bus and headed north to the harbour town of Duluth, on the Western part of Lake Superior. This lake links Canada and neighbouring American states of Michigan and Wisconsin and accessed by New York State and Illinois. We're ...
Minnesota is known to have over 10,000 lakes within its borders, many of which are only a mile or so from the Minneapolis downtown area. We rented some bicycles for a cruise around the very accessible lakes.
All of the lakes in the city are joined by great cycling and jogging paths, with some huge mansions overlooking. I spent most of my time sticky beaking at the lovely ...
6-29-14 – Sunday
Up and out the door just after 7AM to get the boys to the airport. They landed back in KC, MO safely after a one hour 20 minute flight. We drove back to our camp and spent the rest of the day cleaning, fixing, planning and catching up on tasks left undone during the boys fun visit.
6-30-14 – Monday
Haircuts and provision shopping were the only things on the ...
My flight to Europe this time started off with one of my really good friends, Chanho, picking me up from my home and bringing me to the airport. He picked me up around 5 or so in the morning so I could make my flight at 8.. In typical Chanho fashion, he needed his coffee break so as I promised him for driving me to the airport and since my parents gave him gas money although he refused to take it, we used it to buy coffee! Now mom and dad...you know what that money really went ...