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Travel Blogs from Litchfield
... looks like outside my house on a typical January day in the arctic cold of Minnesota. They are forecasting our high temperature next Monday and Tuesday to be -2 degrees! I can't wait to take some pictures of the tropical weather I will soon be experiencing!
Take care and I'll be back soon to let you know how the flight went and that I've arrived at my first stop, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
... ice of a lake that froze while the temperature was damn cold, the wind was calm and no precipitation fell from the sky. These rare early winter conditions happen on a rare occasion, with this winter being one of them... a creation of champaign ice.
For a few days we skated around the lake... chasing ...
... out of his way to take these photos of the twine ball.
As I said, I have been driving my butt off, simply because - just how much corn in the fields do you really need to see, so I havent been stopping to take too my pictures in the last few days.
Tonite, I am writing from Battle Creek, Michigan and tomorrow I will be going thru the Detroit/Windsor, Ontario Tunnels, heading toward Buffalo ( Go Bills ! ) and then to Vermont
Chaio for now
Last night and tonight we stayed with the Thorsons, and man I am SO blessed. It blows my mind how much I feel at home here. These people have just taken me in as one of their own and its just the best feeling in the world. I love being here.
I'm learning a lot about family. The family we have in Christ is SO much MORE than anything this world has to offer. Thank you Jesus for blessing me with all these wonderful people.
... form abruptly into view... startling her and me in turn, as she crashed into the protection of her wooded world; the dives and darts of the red-wing black birds as they clicked and trilled into a gang of flapping feathers... chasing me from an unseen baby hiding in the high grasses growing along the ditch; a small herd of curious cows that broke into a clumsy and thunderous run as their thousand pound folds of flesh furiously flapping as they jogged beside ...