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... long course.
So I would need to make at least $5,000 over the next 90 days...Ready....Set...Go!
What I would need:
Two jobs: Two part-time jobs that could total at least 60 hours a week.
(Knowing I was leaving within a few months, I didn't think that applying for full-time office jobs would be the right way to go, despite the potential higher wages. Plus this town is mostly full of part-time jobs anyways.)
If I worked ...
... our tour of the area on our way back to Apple River. Once back home, we just enjoyed good conversation then headed out to Apple Canyon Lake for dinner.
Christina will love this. She knows how organized I am for directions and have a spreed sheet of every stop and gas station. Well folks, not tomorrow. Bill suggested we try a different route to Minneapolis so it should be interesting and fun to try a more adventurous route. Stay tuned tomorrow.
... grain (Corn)" comes to mind and the fields are overflowing. The corn is taller than I can remember. This is “elephant’s eye height” country.
We pass a small village, Lena, IL. Had to take a few picture for our dear friend Lena Meijer. I miss working on the jig saw puzzles with Pete and seeing her stop to see our progress.
We stopped to get gas and 53 gallons later, we have the tank full. We arrive ...
... we jumped into a taxi. We headed to Millennium Park and walked around it. There was so many awesome things, especially a massive big open stage/ performing centre, water fountains and a statue of Abraham Lincoln. We then checked out Magnificent mile (a mile of shops?!) and we also checked out Water tower plaza. By about 3o'clock we were ready to head "home" (to the RV), and ...
... we could see a boneyard of former water bombers, planes taken from military use and re-purposed to drop water on wildfires.
After gassing up and taking a bathroom break, we were back in the air, trying to beat the heat and turbulence.
Just east of Greybull are the Big Horn Mountains, a line of mountains that run from North to South and soar to 12,000'. We had to circle to gain enough altitude before we headed on our route to the East. ...