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Jen here. We'll we're only 3 hours behind schedule, which means not as much sight seeing in Chicago.... :( but that's okay! We are off to Chicago, the Hard Rock Cafe and the U2 Concert. I'm sure it's going to be amazing!
We spent yesterday saying our good-byes. A trip to Charlotte to see my Grandma (and Aunt Fran!) one last time. Dear Aunts of mine and Mom, someone please read the blog posts to her. She would love ...
Greeting from the girls!!!!
Sophie is officially a 5th grader! We have made it to her last day of school for this year. That also means she met her goal of walking to school EVERYDAY this year! Even in the cold, rain, snow, ice, fog, and -19 degrees below zero! We are so very proud of her for reaching her goal. Channel 10 News (wilx) was here yesterday morning to talk with her; although we have yet to see it air. ...
Greetings from Holt and the first day of Pearson and Emery's Summer vacation! How do we know......well no one (including the girl still in school) got up before 7am, they were both still sleeping at 10:13am and when they finally did make their way to the kitchen the first question was, "What's for breakfast?"
Can you believe we have a Senior and ...
... they can stay together.
After leaving Goodwill and overcoming a few navigational glitches (like choosing the wrong option on the GPS which led us back to our hotel from the night before!), we had lunch at the Tamale Place, a restaurant featured a few years ago on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. The tamales were scrumptious and the home-made tortilla chips addictive. Funny thing about this place, it's no use looking at the menu, as the server told ...
... ride to Rochers de Naye, a high point overlooking Montreux and with views of the BO in the distance. The train station was a three minute walk and an escalator ride away and I took the 8:45 train up to the Rochers, about a 50 minute ride. A small two car cog wheel train took us up with spectacular views of the mountains above and Montreux and Lake Geneva below. Once at the top it was somewhat desolate and only the small station, a restaurant/hotel and an Expo on ...