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***Note: This is the last note I'll post until I'm actually walking the Camino de Santiago. And, the posts henceforth will be much shorter as I'm sure I'll be exhausted at the end of each day of mountain walking.
... for this trip other than to try to remain as open to the experience as possible and to try to remain as "present" as possible.
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... has needed to use the restroom since we left and leaves me hanging. Thanks babe! After changing outfits, we sat down for a great meal and continued on our route. We were going to stop in Acworth, Georgia but decided with the kids sleeping and not wanting to fight traffic through Atlanta, we would travel tonight through Atlanta and stay on the outskirts. We arrived around 12:15 am Thursday in McDonough, ...
... and not simply a number placed in history. As we exited the museum, we entered a garden and a mass burial. Over 250,000 were buried right in front of us. It is something I couldn't fathom and probably will never fathom in my lifetime.
After being at the memorial for 3 hrs we went back home to prepare for my departure. We had lunch and threw the frisbee one more time. This time was the best because a bunch of children came and played with us. They loved ...
... to use a trough with slowly moving water that left the building.
All prisoners, regardless of age or the crime they committed, were housed together and they were not allowed to talk unless a guard spoke to them. If a prisoner spoke without permission he had his hands tied above his head and attached to a hook that kept his feet off the ground for several days. Michigan outlawed the death penalty early in its history and replaced it with the punishment of ...