Medford Oaks RV Park
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... change juggling but my visa finally came Friday Oct 2nd!
I am flying out O'hare tomorrow evening and will be arriving in London Monday morning and then flying to Accra, Ghana Monday late afternoon, where I will be getting picked up by Sam (the project partner leader). The village I will be working in is about 45 mins outside Accra (the capital of Ghana).
Until next time!!
P.S. I will not have wifi very often but I will try my best to keep everyone updated!
Kathy and Dozer both went to work today. While they were working, Sheila and I decided to go into Rockford and do some exploring. Whenever we head into Rockford, we have a few must that we take care of. First stop was the old Logli's for Sheila’s nut bread. We normally stock up on that – Sheila loves that bread. Next we head to see Sheila’s late mom at the cemetery in Loves Park. Then ...
... was to pack up and leave by 9:00. Oh well – it was a very nice time having Izzie over. Everytime we see her, she has grown in many new ways. Lisa and Dave came over about 9:00. We talked for bit and then packed all of Izzie’s stuff up. We ended up leaving the site at 11:00am.
We headed towards Kathy and Dozers in Monroe Center, IL. We parked the coach at a friend of ...
... there we took it easy and went to Rockford, IL in two days, about 95km. We couldn't find a warmshower host so we turned to couchsurfing. The next day we cycled to White Pine Forest State Park (60km, 37 miles). We met up with cousin John and his friends. We stayed a couple nights, tubed down the Rock river, had lots of fun!
All packed up and heading out by 9:45, thinking that we would have missed the rush hour...ha ha...The traffic south starts at Petaluma, right where we get on...and is back to back! We are going south to catch the I5. The road was so busy, stop and go, that we quickly found an alternate route to take us away from all the people that seemed to be heading into San Francisco. As an aside, we found out that the Golden Gate Bridge has been under ...