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Now that I have no where to be there is no reason to make 500 miles a day. We decided to pull off about half way to Iowa. Having driven in rain for an hour it looks like it is coming back. We have stayed in this park some 20 years ago, but it looks like there are many improvements. As we pull into our site it starts to rain. It is always fun setting up in the rain. As the day turns to night the rain gets heavy and I am thankful we ...
We didn't make a ton of progress on the map yesterday, but did a lot. I took the Mini in to get the oil changed and purchased some roof rack crossbars so we could go to REI and get a cargo box. It remains debatable whether we needed it or not, but it looks awesome!! A quick stop at the Mall Of America, lunch at an Italian place, Tucci Benucch, (I needed some lasagna!) Off we go! Well, for a little while, then we saw an antique store where I needed to look for ...
... just completing my first leg of a long journey, rain and dark now under my belt, nothing to it. My hosts for the next two nights are my Uncle Keith Mallow, his wife Stephanie, my cousins Brent and Tiffany, Bosco, Ziggy, and Tiger. Fantastic dinner at Agatucci’s for pizza with tiger sauce, Steph has been going here since she was a child and I would highly recommend it if your ever in Peoria. A reward shot of Jim Beam and a few beers, sleep is in my near ...
... so we still have that lest leg of the trip before we go "home" to Kobe. In case your math sucks, that's over 24 hours of flight and airport time.
I'll only be in Japan for about 10 days, because I'll be in Washington, D.C. for a two-week seminar program. Don't worry, I'll have a blog for that too :) This helps lighten my packing load, but I'm also in ...
... imagination, was colored on purpose. In other words, what drew the observer’s eye was something that had been created because of someone’s interpretation of an idea. I thought this could apply to what we have done in class because there have been many readings that people have had different perceptions on. The differences in interpretation is what made the discussion come alive with color, instead of being merely a starkly black and white ...