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... 8230;.just to name a few! We have even joked about being partners in the Amazing Race TV show…who could reject us right?! She has been my rock through my grief process so I can’t thank her enough for her constant love and support.
My week long stay here has been wonderful at her cozy/hip house. I’ve been spoiled with our daily coffee chats and healthy meals. Meanwhile, Vannah has kept us on our ...
Michigan City is pretty much a summer tourist area on the Indiana shores of Lake Michigan. Another of its claims to fame is that it is kind of close to Chicago, so there is predictably quite a few hotels and fast food places right along the interstate. We stayed there for the Notre Dame game because it was about 45 minutes from South Bend, and the hotel cost 1/2 to 1/3 of what the hotels were going for in South Bend on ...
... strewn with giant windmills as far as the eye can see.
It had rained pretty much every day we were camping, and finally we got a sunny day. And it was hot.
Really hot. In queue at the Port Huron crossing to the USA, the engine overheated and started smoking.
We thought we were finished, and we hadn't even got out of Ontario! We drew the heat off the engine straight ...
... for me and I was so happy to see her. By the time I got home it was almost 2 in the morning. Luckily, my mom was still awake so I was able to surprise her. She didn't believe I was home..... Neither did I!! Christmas was great. I was so happy to see my family. Honestly though, this has been a weird adjustment. I feel like part of me is still very much in Kenya. I fell in love with that place. This is the most bittersweet thing I have ever experienced. I ...
... activities planned. Since it's a "family" hostel, there are not just people from all over but people of all ages. However, parking has been a real pain, costing almost as much as the hostel per night. Next time, no car. Also, I wouldn't necessarily stay in the loop - it's more of a business district. I'd stay in one of the neighborhoods with easy "L" access. That's another great thing about Chicago - super public transportation. They have passes you ...