Super 8 Jackson MI
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Waist Pack and Contents
Waist Pack – one I made out of light weight
fabric (1 zippered + 1 open pocket)
Cell phone/camera (Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Edge)
Compostela card (which will be stamped along the
way as proof of my walking)
Passport, Credit cards, Cash-Euros, ID info card, Audio Ear Buds
Plane ticket, Train ticket
... plush Parador Hotel, or share a bottle of wine, bread, and cheese beneath a tree with other pilgrims.
David has been absolutely wonderful throughout my nine months of preparation for this adventure. He's solved all my tech problems, accompanied me on some difficult training walks, and patiently listened to my feelings of excitement, confusion, and trepidation. But, I couldn't get him to take the final step (pardon the pun) ...
Christmas is officially here! Kylee woke up around 6 am for a bottle. We noticed that Santa had came but we decided to go back to bed for a quick snooze. Jodi, Eric and Kylee were up for good around 8 am. Kaleb joined us around 9 am and we started our Christmas by unwrapping our gifts. In a matter of 45 minutes, we had all gifts unwrapped and the house organized and we were ready for our Florida vacation! By noon we ...
... I can say that we only focused on one of them in American school (the Holocaust). I think this is horrible, how can we leave such horrendous (but very important) events in history out of our history books? It is fascinating that the US doesn't recognize some of the events as genocide. As a country we make a huge deal about the Iranian president, Ahmadinejad not recognizing the Holocaust as a real event. Yet, to this day the US government will not recognize the ...
... from prison life in the early years.
Shortly after Michigan became a state, several cities bid to have the first state prison as a money-making endeavor. Jackson won the bid when four of its citizens promised to donate 120 acres and to make the prison self-supporting. The first buildings were made of wood and, after a notorious escape and two years of local robberies by the escapees, the prison was rebuilt in stone. The prisoners were made to build ...