Cliffbreakers Riverside Resort
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... change juggling but my visa finally came Friday Oct 2nd!
I am flying out O'hare tomorrow evening and will be arriving in London Monday morning and then flying to Accra, Ghana Monday late afternoon, where I will be getting picked up by Sam (the project partner leader). The village I will be working in is about 45 mins outside Accra (the capital of Ghana).
Until next time!!
P.S. I will not have wifi very often but I will try my best to keep everyone updated!
Kathy and Dozer both went to work today. While they were working, Sheila and I decided to go into Rockford and do some exploring. Whenever we head into Rockford, we have a few must that we take care of. First stop was the old Logli's for Sheila’s nut bread. We normally stock up on that – Sheila loves that bread. Next we head to see Sheila’s late mom at the cemetery in Loves Park. Then ...
... right down the road from her house. Very convenient. During this visit, everyone had a chance to meet Mousse. Mousse also had the chance to meet Kathy and Dozer’s dog Willie. Willie is a Shitzu. The boys got along pretty well. Mousse was expending a lot of puppy energy with Willie. It was a good time for both, and fun to watch!
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
Wow, this is probably the first blog that I am writing myself....If Bill is nice, I'll let him put in his two cents. LOL
I couldn't wait to get to Illinois. My baby boy was getting married. It was such a wonderful welcome pulling up to his place. Him and Kaitlin had a beautiful flower garden planted, grass nicely mowed and three of my furry grand-puppies running up to greet us. Andy had our RV spot cleared and ...
... place to finally send home (San Francisco) the few sentimental items left at her house that I had wanted when my Uncle Steve passed away in 2005. It was a little bit of a trip down memory lane looking through that box. And it was a comfort and joy to find a little place who would take care of all the details: problem-solving, packing, and shipping.
Next, I headed down to Shasta's parents house. I've know Shasta and her ...