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... touch, supported me, and stayed interested in what I was doing. I thought about you all constantly which is why I am so happy to be home now! Thank you to everyone who took time to deal with my not-so-good internet and decode my phone calls and Skype sessions. Truly, you all mean the world to me.
I have a coin I keep in my wallet that Debbie gave me, it has a tree carved into one side and the other says "To move freely, you must be deeply rooted."
It poured last night in Milwaukee and I was a bit worried that I would be biking in the rain to Kenosha. The rain let up while I finished my oatmeal, and I attempted to thank Peter and Karen for their unbelievable hospitality. To top it off Peter graciously biked me out of Milwaukee this morning, sharing his knowledge of the various buildings, paths, bridges, and companies along the way. We parted ways and ...
... Ol Opry
here we come!
The weather is an issue this week...many strong storms in
the forecast. We will have to be cautious about the route we take. The motorhome
is a bit smaller than I imagined but will work. We hope the weather warms up so
we can enjoy some spring weather! Wish us luck on that one.
taken any pictures yet - too cloudy and wet but will soon.
... re eating something, you can put it in red if you want to slow it down, or when you don’t want any more food just put it in red so they don’t keep bringing more food. We’re going to a very famous restaurant in a park, and we have a surprise for you so make sure you bring your cameras; get them off the bus. And we’re going to have this wonderful restaurant we’re going to go there and have wine, red wine, white wine, ...
... population is only about 1.8 million, or less than six people per square mile. By contrast, Texas, known for its wide open spaces, covers 267,300 square miles and holds more than 20.6 million inhabitants, about 21 people per square mile.
- The unemployment rate in most of the countries we visited is flat out scary. In Namibia it was 50-60% for the entire population and up to 80% for those up to age 26! Reading the local Namibian ...