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... Day at CMU
Sept 14-18 Canoe Trip
Sept 18-28 Winnipeg
Sept 28 Fly to Quebec City
Sept 28-Oct 6 Quebec
Oct 6-12 Quebec
Oct 12-18 Montreal
Oct 18 Fly to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Oct 19-22 Ouagadougou
Oct 22-26 ...
Minnesota is known to have over 10,000 lakes within its borders, many of which are only a mile or so from the Minneapolis downtown area. We rented some bicycles for a cruise around the very accessible lakes.
All of the lakes in the city are joined by great cycling and jogging paths, with some huge mansions overlooking. I spent most of my time sticky beaking at the lovely ...
Well I woke up at 2:30 this morning and have read until Linda got up at 5:30ish. Breakfast was toasted bagels and cream cheese - yum! Linda has gone off to help a friend at her Garage Sale. Lynn & I have stayed home and we have just opened all my parcels that have been accumulating here! Lots of tools and books - hope they all fit in my suitcase! I forgot to mention something from ...
Today my mom's dog died. The puppy - Sassy - a five-year-old Golden Retriever was clearly her favorite companion. Neither I nor my mom's husband Bill could compete with her total disregard for personal boundaries, constant need for attention, endless energy, and absolute joy whenever Mom was around. What she lacked in brains (she ...
... water, in the dark.
The trip was 8 hours and we were only 30mins late, getting in.We were met by Grace and Carroll (Michael's parents) and taken to our hotel. It was a converted railway repair shop complete with the rails still in the floor! The rooms had been fitted out inside leaving the original shape. the main doors remain. The breakfast area is a little railway station. ...
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