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... himself about Craig's blog yesterday: "Je suis offended." Sorry Boney, but you met your Waterloo, and this modern British cavalry soon sped through the usually Francophile Americans' homage to your Nemesis, without even a skirmish.
Sad to report, we met our own Nemesis at the hands of the Subway in French-sounding Ligonier: specifically their coffee. Sylvia and Stuart were introduced to the Keurig coffee/tea/etc capsule machine at The Rocking Horse Inn, where there was ...
... but in fairness to Greyhound, they are about as pleasant as they could possibly be given the circumstances. Each coach has WiFi, power outlets and the reclining seats are nice enough. Problem is, after 13 hours, there isn't a seat in the world that would remain comfortable. Therefore as the skyline of Chicago signaled our arrival, I, or perhaps my backside, did let out a excited squeal.
We were pleasantly surprised to find that our hostel was in a very leafy ...
... 25, to a place called the Wright Township in Michigan. Allthough we didn't need to do this diversion, I wanted to tick the state of my list of states visited, so as we were so close.........
This made a pleasant change to the miles and miles of Interstate we had eaten up during the last two days. We even came across a signpost that at least one of my friends will appreciate (lets see if he reads/comments on this blog and sees his photo.......). I even ...
... together in the lunchroom for John to perform. They were one of those golden audiences who laughed loudly and often and made us feel like rock stars. I even had a chance to talk with one of the teachers who was genuinely interested in the circus and was really excited about his chance to see one for the first time.
The community is really excited about their first chance to bring the show to town and I really hope it goes well!
... cliches we've heard a hundred times, but a trip like this put it all into a realistic perspective. The cliches are all true!
It took Laura over a week to start feeling normal again. It could be the fact that it took an extra week after we returned to finish our Malaria medicine. A clear body might have helped clear our minds. But all these feelings of wanting to immediately go back to Kenya are still there. So after a few days of "friending" ...