Countryside Lodge Magnuson Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the pilots seemed to be able to manage everything well.
All I am trying to say that the weather has been bad in Jakarta at least since Saturday, December 27. So, it is also possible that the bad weather story in Surabaya is true since. The area near the hotel where we stayed at in Jakarta was flooded due to the rain falling almost non-stop. Please pray for the passengers, flight crews, and the families left at home and surrender everything to the Almighty ...
... make sure we are not missing deadlines. Called the banks. Spoke to Greg for hours. Stopped the mail until we're back. Making arrangements with mom for Winda to drop off Freya. Emailed all our neighbors to watch over our house while we are gone. Getting ready to miss our little puppy, but excited to see my in-laws!
Indonesia here we come!
... We were fortunate to spend our first six weeks home at my Mom’s house, where we never did a load of laundry because it was folded and ready for us all the time! My Mom waited on us regularly, and we were spoiled as usual. We spent a lot of time staying at my Dad’s condo, amongst his things which was good for me. We went through all of our belongings, shocked at how much we still owned after ...
... flying right by our car - he was flying low and pretty near to us so I got a really good look. Unfortunately my camera was not quick enough. We also crossed over the Wisconsin River twice on the way home.
Wisconsin is so beautiful in the summer. It's beautiful in the winter too, but too bad it's so cold and full of snow that must be shoveled. Okay, I did not ...
... the difficulties of flying a canard design off a 1,300' (no typo!) grass strip. For comparison, I get very nervous if I have to fly off a smooth, paved strip less than 3,000' long.
Just as Alex and I finished our dinner and he went to a corner to read, a 30-knot-plus gust hit, the sky grew dark, and you could hear rumbles in the distance. Alex and I, along with many of the guests, quickly set out for our tents. We covered the approximately 2 miles ...