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... in the deep, unplowed snow! Much to our amazement, we only encountered one vehicle coming towards us, near the entrance to our subdivision. They backed out to Berry Rd, allowed us through and we were officially on the road, no longer snowbound, but rather southbound! This is our first trip with the cat, Checkers. He is quite content, napping beneath the couch. He slept with me last night, near ...
We've been busy visiting family in the Chicago-area this past week. Left there this afternoon and just arrived in Lansing, Michigan late tonight. Will have lunch with my niece at MSU in "the largest non-military cafeteria in the United ...
... WWIII in our dining room, arguing over things such as which color goldfish cracker to buy and how many pairs of socks our kids should pack.
Two days left before we leave. Everything's a mess but at least the
stickers from etsy have arrived and are on the kids new water bottles.
... was right by our house. It is interesting to see how close the two economically different areas were in this area. We got home around 9:30 and watched a little television and went to bed.
On Saturday, the three of us woke up early for the Shooting Touch Classic. We were picked up by Benjamin at 8 and he drove us to Club Rafiki. Benjamin is from Belgium and teaches basketball on the weekends at Club Rafiki. The site was about 15 mins away and once ...
... and said the line was closed ahead due to the heat and we had to get off and take a bus to Montreux. After a 10 minute wait, a bus arrived to take the train's passengers to Montreux and as long as the conductor got on the bus, I felt good. After about three train stops that the bus stopped at, another train was waiting for us and took us the rest of the way to Montreux, an interesting journey as it turned out! I headed back to the room to blog and rest before dinner. ...