Days Inn - Ottumwa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to wake her cousin Barb. At first it wasn't so bad. But the attempts to wake Barb became more often and forceful. But Barb wouldn't remain awake for more than 30 seconds or so. Vicki insisted the cause of this sleepiness was the bi-polar medicine the doctor prescribed. I was leaning towards an overdose of something or just a really bad mixture of meds.
Vicki was nagging on Barb for something almost constantly. She wanted Barb to eat something but Barb wasn't ...
... moved back to her home town in Fairfield. Linda and I had a wonderful time with Sally as we talked about the tour and caught up on family and friends. Sally is one of the choir people you meet along the way as a church director who becomes a welcome part of your life no matter where you move to. Our stay with Sally was the only time we slept the night outside of our camper!!
We left early on the morning of Tuesday, the 26th and covered quite a few ...
... pretty ridiculous though so it might change. We made it into Lincoln and got help unloading bags at the Marriot Corn Husker (always a plus). The hotel was awesome, but really crowded between us, a singing group and two weddings. Nice hotels are always fun, but smaller hotels are better for us to take over. Once we dropped luggage we took Bradshaw to Petsmart and the vet to get him all set up. We managed to sneak him into the hotel too in Josh's ...
... in having us volunteer as well. ELI makes all of the arrangements for home-stays, meals, transportation, interpreters, etc.
Our itinerary starts out in Kathmandu. We arrive early Sunday June 27 and will see some big city highlights as we try to recover from jet lag. The time difference is 10 hours and 45 minutes. After a day or two we 4 wheel it about 60 miles (8 hours of bumpy narrow road) north to a ...
... Vee and Fareway. It will be educational, at worst, and inspirational, at best!
Enough rambling. I will post real stories once I arrive. This is just me wanting to post the picture of all of my things laid out. Because for once, I'm being incredibly organized...I'm proud and want to show it off. When Krista gets back from the Boundary Waters and reads this....she will smile. Laura might too. They both do the "organized" thing.
Signing out. Next post...NEPAL.