Crowne Plaza Grand Rapids (Airport)
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What's life without a little risk? Or, I guess in this case, a lot of risk! I leave for Egypt in three days where I will be joining ISIS never to return to the States ever again! KIDDING DAD!! Of all my trips, this is definitely one where I will need to take the most care, and I guarantee you that I will.
Currently, there is a lot of unrest within Egypt and a "high ...
... hit her, and said "that goat hit me! Mean goat!" with the biggest scowl on her face! It was to funny!).
After the zoo we made a stop at Meijer to pick up Michigan apparel. No trip to Michigan is complete with out picking up some new U of M shirts. Sadly they didn't have anything in Reagans size!
After Meijer we headed back to Karyn and Pauls to get ready for the annual fathers day picnic and disc golf tournament that they have at Cascade Park. It was ...
... be going there again next time we venture up north!
After the Meijer Gardens, or FMG as they call it, we headed to lunch in Downtown Ada at this delicious sandwich shop we ate at last time! It was just as tasty as I remember it being!
After lunch we headed to a new zoo they just opened last year, called Boulder Ridge. It was so fun and interactive! You could buy crackers for $3.00 and feed them to all the animals. Reagan got to feed goats and even ...
... Barby and Ken dolls,soft toys, paintings, drawings, small,sculptures from various eras and cultures........everywhere. I am reminded of my good friends Libby H and Julie FB who I would dearly have loved to be flies on the wall. The garden is shaded by huge trees but the wooden back deck is again covered with pots and tubs and planters and sculptures and little objects and beyond a string of colourful prayer flags span trees. after a time we visit the Grand Rapids ...
... be China that my first abroad travels would lead me to. Then again, I suppose I simply didn't know where life was going to take me. But it's out there, and I've spent a week doing a going away party, seeing old friends, and packing to get ready for the journey. It is not just a journey of distance but of depth, a personal challenge to myself to prove I can pit myself against the world.
To take in life through a new set of goggles, I simply can't imagine what ...