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Hello from the Christchurch International Airport tarmac. We survived driving on the left side of the road. The first day of driving was pretty rough---both of us tended to hug the left (which here was the no shoulder side of the road, in the states it would be the center line obviously). However, we quickly adjusted and thankfully had no incidents. John and I have been up since 3:45 ...
I wanted to try out this new blog that Sunnie and I put together. I hope you don't mind, but we thought you would like to keep up with us as we travel over the next 30 days.
You may wonder, where is their first stop? It's no other place than the Motor City! That's right. We are stopping in my old stomping ground in Detroit City. ...but only for three hours.
Then off to LA. Sunnie's cousin was so nice to ...
... as we first watched film in preparation of the hurtful events that we were about to embark upon, next we saw a replica of a bus that we would have been ordered to take a back seat on some 50 years ago. Then that tiny jail cell that we manage to squeeze into like they were ordered to do during that era, not to mention hidden coded (escape map) messages sewn into quilts using men's bow ties, photo's of the 'Lost Girls' during The Movement era. ...
... Student Center where both Dr.Glenn Eskew, and Mrs., Juanita Abernathy delivered powerful messages that had me on the edge of my seat; wanting to be fed more as they came to a close!
Our night came to a close with dinner at Charley's Restaurant in Macon, Georgia, and finally, we departed for Albany, Ga., where we will stay at the Wingate by Wyndham Hotel for the evening. Author: Renee' B. Drummond-Brown
... weather for the last month of my trip. When the time came to leave Australia, I was sad to separate from my new friends and the beautiful city of Sydney, but a part of me was ready to be back in America. Once I arrived at home, I was happy to be there because things felt "normal" again - I could use a cell phone, drive a car, enjoy the convenience of pretty much everything, and spend time with my friends & family. As the summer went on, I was getting more and more excited ...
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