BEST WESTERN PLUS CottonTree Inn
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... and this was to the detriment of his driving on the dark, wet and winding roads. This became a concern, especially when we passed one of his colleagues who had stopped to assist a vehicle rollover. We made it okay though and quickly crashed into deep sleep once we checked in. When we awoke, we were greeted by a snowy view of the mountains out of our window. Snow fell steadily on and off throughout the day so after a slow start we explored the lodge ...
... I could hike to Machu Pichu. I was talking to an older man about the upcoming trip when he turned on me "How can you be so irresponsible?" I stopped mid-chip dip and stared at him. Bear in mind, the man giving me this censure made and flew his own airplanes and yes, he has children. "You really should stop doing things like that, now that you are a mother" It was that point when I realized that the baby is not alone in his assumption. The whole world has a hard ...
... Meilen lang und 28 Meilen breit, nicht sehr tief und so sieht man nicht viel Bootsverkehr, die laufen wahrscheinlich öfters mal auf einen Salzuntiefe auf . Sehr salzig, dieser See , der Grund ist der Tatsache, dass es keinen Ausfluss hat . Die einzigen Lebewesen, die den hohen Salzgehalt aushalten sind kleine Solegarnelen, Mücken und einige Algen. Wir haben Freunde , die in der Solegarnelenfischerei hier jeden Herbst mithelfen. Die kleinen Krebstiere ...
... and I'm so glad we were able to take it together.
I feel changed. I know it won't last, but I wish I could find some way to hold on to the incredible goodness I've felt --both about Laura her family, but also about this wonderful country and the goodness of the people in it. The world has changed so much, but for just a little while, by reading and listening to Laura's story, by focusing on a simpler life, ...
So, we are going to every spot Laura Ingalls Wilder lived...almost.
She was born in Pepin Wisconsin and lived there in the "Big Woods"