Best Western Kenosha Inn
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Getting final preparations done... Emailed buddies in China, practiced the "Chicken Dance", and ready to meet at the airport on Friday morning!
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Getting excited now!!
Well I have a confession to make first off. I woke up at 5:30 this morning with a bad feeling, something was definitely off and I couldn't get back to sleep. So I started going through all the bookings on my phone, and then noticed an irregularity. Somehow I had booked our Amarillo hotel for the 28th March rather than the 8th as required… I have no idea how, but I’m ...
... American recreated village is, so we got there around 12:30 in the end.
The Cherokee Heritage Center comprises of two recreated villages, one traditional and one post removal, and a museum detailing the forced emigration of the Native American’s to what is now Oklahoma. In the 1830’s the Cherokee Nation, which comprised of more than 16,000 men, women, and children, was removed from their lands in the South-eastern United States to the Indian Territory ...
... I have to escape before June one way or another no matter what!
Back to the events of the day, I watched Perception whilst having lunch and Daphne kept me company until the sandwich was gone. Then Hayley and I went shopping (yes again, we have a problem I know!). I ended up with another pair of jeans (different style!) and a couple of tops, and have decided to not buy new boots just because my shoe ...
... in till midday. It is most bizarre. Today we shall have to try and wear her out and hide the caffeine and see if that works.
We decided to brave the elements and go to Egg It On for lunch. It was an absolute mission to defrost the car, the whole driver’s side, and front and back covered in a thick layer of ice. It took a good twenty minutes to get the car into a drivable state. We had to deice, chisel, heat and basically wait for ages for ...