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... quickly surveyed the mall in Huntley. Then, plotting a route which avoided tollways, we made the short but winding trek to Janesville, WI. We arrived on schedule to the Kyukido Academy just in time to change and stretch before the 1:30 class. Head Master Holden's class was fun, challenging, and just the thing to work out our vacation kinks. Although they weren't crazy about taking a fall before, after taking many reps on Master Holden's crash pad, both Macy and Anna are more ...
... roads around the crash site.
Gail knew of a camping spot in El Paso, nooo Nellie not Texas, it is in Illinois. It was behind the local Super 8 Motel. The spot had 30 amp electric only so we were able to watch a little TV and had lights to see by. Total cost for the night was $15.00. We had driven 9 hours and only went 205 miles.
I sure hope accidents and cold are not a harbinger of things to come. All in all it was a good day. ...
... he?" asked BJ
"Let's listen to the humans," said AJ.
AJ and BJ listened carefully to what the humans were saying. The Daddy and his friends were talking to the owner of the farm. It soon became clear that they would be at the farm for some time so AJ and BJ knew it was safe to go and say hello to the baby cows.
They went over to the nearest baby cow house and were soon face to face with a baby cow.
"Hello," said AJ, a bit nervously. "I'm AJ and this is BJ ...
This is my last blog post. The one to conclude this adventure that I have experienced for the last four months. But it is not the final one, due to the neglect I have shown to this blog. I have a lot of space to fill in still, but this one couldn't wait.
As of two days ago, I made it back to the United States of America in one piece. However, there are now pieces of me everywhere. There are pieces of me with all of the people that I met, because my heart ...
From what I've gathered, every great adventure begins with some sort of prologue. I guess you could say this is mine. Even though I've had months to prepare for this trip, I'm still not ready. You know what, I've actually had years. I've dreamed of going to Greece as long as I can remember, and this time tomorrow I will be in the air on the way to experience a semester I will never forget.
First of all, I basically put ...