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... right on Lake Michigan, the shoreline hasn't been built up leaving lots of scenic green space. Downtown is full of old architecture and includes a riverwalk. There are some decent looking bars and pubs as it is a college town. With half the buildings and the lake buried in a cloud right now though, the life has been choked out of the city. Oh well, we are now rested and ready to move on. Up next - nothingness. ...
... thing I have ever experienced. Choosing to study abroad is like choosing your own form of torture.
Most people would think I'm crazy for saying this, but if you really think about it, you put yourself in this new situation, and fall completely in love with everyone and everything around you. Then, after four of the shortest months of your life, you are forced to rip yourself away from it all. I say shortest in the sense that when you're standing ...
... after my finals, I would move to Los Angeles to live with my girlfriend Coca. Coca and I met in Beijing, China last summer, recently reconnecting when I took another trip to Los Angeles over spring break. In a few short weeks I had fallen completely and totally in love with her. For some unknown reason, she had also fallen for me. Three more days and I moved out of cold, wintry Wisconsin to warm, beautiful SoCal to live ...
After a very long day of flight cancelations, delays and broken down planes, we arrived at Chicago at 3am, 5 hours shut eye and greet the touring troup and off to Milwaulkee. A much calmer place and John had booked some fantastic accomodation, room to spread out and relax for four nights! Ha ha, We hit the ground running, Loud and noisy HD everywhere, picked up our tickets for the rally, checked out the site and headed back to ...
... me was another rider who I figured was part of the squad but just forgot his jersey. I made a joke about him forgetting his jersey too, but it turns out he was just out for a morning ride. We ended up talking for the next 10-15 miles, which was great because the miles were flying by with conversation and I had been feeling pretty tired before meeting Rich. Just before he turned off the trail, he gave me his cliff bar, which made a great snack. If you're reading this ...
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