Crossings By GrandStay Inn And Suites Becker
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
Last night Emily had a house party which was super fun! After the kids left camp on Wednesday, Hannah and Morgan drove me to there houses where I showered and met there parents. Everyone is super nice! It was also so nice to have a proper shower in a house as opposed to the camp showers. We then went to Emily's for drinks and then crashed at Alex's house (AP). The ...
... many reasons, but I think my biggest goal was self-discovery. I wanted the world to affect me. Because of this, I learned about myself in ways many people do not.
Things I've learned about myself while studying abroad:
1. My strength. Throughout my time abroad, I dealt with many challenges. They varied from the mundane to the overwhelming. I have found that my ability to absorb shock, pain, and difficulty ...
It is. Today was the coldest high temperature for July 27, 64 degrees, in Minneapolis history. It made for a cool, sunny morning until the clouds came in. It then rained off and on all afternoon beginning around 12pm. Which was bearable for the first two hours, then it became a slight nuisance. My panniers and sleeping bag were soaked, and my saddle was beginning to get wet, personal pet peeve. Then there was the bridge. With no notice, a ...
... Here we stopped for a minute at the river to take a photo and test the waters. Kids were playing in the beach on one side of us while others were launching their boats for some water fun. All very idyllic. At the entrance of the town, there was a bronze statue of Indians playing lacrosse. The town was named by a Lt. Zebulon Pike in the mid 1800's when he saw a group of Indians in the area playing lacrosse. Go figure. This time I navigated through the freeways ...