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Quick one again this morning as I'm in a bit of a hurry
North Platte, 34 Degrees, very sweaty.
Aimed for an area out of North Platte, found an outflow dominant storm just north of Stapleton/Lexington?, NE
Poo spreading, lovely smell. Drove through twice just to make sure...
Watched this one for a bit then decided to head east as 2 outflow boundaries were ...
... we will then transfer from there to Rome. I've met some pretty great girls on this trip and its looking like we are going to have a blast. Sleeping on this flight is harder than I thought it'd be with all the people moving around but I managed to sleep for about two hours. Dinner was served followed by coffee, tea, or alcohol. (I'm still not used to them offering that yet). Only a few more hours and we will be in ...
Yesterday, the 25th of May, Lauren Steirmen and I arrived at the airport around 5pm to find out that our flight had been cancelled due to terrible storms down in Dallas. Luckily Lauren and I were still in Omaha so we did not have to stay the night in an airport. Major thanks to my dad and Shelley for immediately searching for flights and a new flight route for the next day. Our original plan was to fly down to Dallas for a little less than 2 hours. ...
It's our last day on this Wild West Expedition. Todd and I have seen amazing natural beauty crafted by God, visited 11 states, drove 3,498 miles in nine days, and just had a wonderful time seeing the backbone of America.
We went to a Denny's Restaurant in Omaha for our last breakfast on this trip. It's frigidly cold today, with snow and frozen salt brine still on the roads. We entered the restaurant and took stools at the counter ...
... this is just one way of measuring poverty, and UNHDP suggests that in fact 81.5% of Sierra Leoneans live in multidimensional poverty.
In Sierra Leone, primary school is free, however parents are expected to pay for books, uniforms, shoes, school supplies and ceremonies. Secondary school is not free. Typical Secondary School Fees: $50–250 per term (3 terms)
Literacy Rate: (definition: age 15 and over can read ...