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When travelling it is important to try and understand the culture of the country you are visiting. This means getting away from the major tourist towns and spending some time in a regular suburban area, a town or a small village. A very good friend let us housesit for her and explore Davison, Michigan. Chain Restaurants, Walmart, McDonalds ...
... just does not make any sense! For the first time in our lives we have seen proper cheerleaders and a marching band where Kendall (Flo and Jim's granddaughter) was plaing flute, everithing was just like in an american movie. That was a fantastic evening.
Next day we skyped Hania's parents, Justyna and Kamil. Flo had a chance to clear up a few famly and historical things.In the evening we met the rest of Niestroy family - Hannah (Beth's daughter and Flo and ...
We got up at 2:30 in the morning to start our EPIC road trip of a lifetime! Then we hit the road at 3:15 and it was smooth sailing to Chicago. Annalena had no problem sleeping for the majority of the drive, and the rest of the time she was happy and excited to be in the car. It was a great start to our trip.
It has been over a month since our return from Haiti and after reading my blog entries again it feels as if we returned yesterday. It's been an emotional roller coaster since our return and we are trying to process all we did and saw. Many times since our return I find myself thinking about the people we met and the ones we worked beside. Sitting at Christmas Eve service I realized they were ...
We decided to get in the car and go up 75, but we ended up going north on 23.
Kathy Here. A Wow of a Fall! There are hardly enough adjectives to describe our first fall in Michigan. The pools around here closed right after Labor Day and the stores filled with sweaters and coats. People began to speculate about what winter would be like. The temperatures were still warm so these events seemed a ...