American Inn Sturgis
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... t travel with 50 lb dumbbells (without overweight fees). I guess these restrictions are the only way airlines stay in business nowadays (and allow me to actually afford a plane ticket).
Moving on to my little pre-study abroad condition test. Right now I am weighing in at a modest 165 lbs...but everyone knows weight doesn't really mean much. I could come back weighing the same but with a lot more of it being ...
... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
... posts. Obviously I can't spill all the juicy details on my first blog post. I will answer some questions on this first blog post though. For example why am I taking the time to start a blog? Shouldn't I be using this time to start packing? First of all, yes...I probably should start packing. But I'll get to that later...I am writing this because I feel like ...
... lot around 8am and were excited because our friends Jeremiah and Stef Wade (who live not too far from here) were coming out with their kids to have breakfast with us and attend the first show. We've known them for over 15 years and it's always an absolute delight to catch up with them. We had breakfast with the four of them at Das Essenhaus, an amazing Amish restaurant down the road from the lot.
We're back in the heart of ...
... the Amish, but, while somewhat close to Middletown, it was in the opposite direction from where we were heading.
The Amish, and other Anabaptists such as the Mennonites, while initially invited by William Penn to come and live in his new state, ...