EconLodge Shakopee Valleyfair
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What the hell, Minnesota?!
I mean, I know we didn't leave things on the best of terms; sure, I like you and I like spending time with you, but your wild mood swings were too much for me to handle. Borderline abusive. I'm concerned that I'm just not strong enough for ...
Storms are predicted for Sioux Falls mid morning and at home by mid afternoon so we are on the road by 5:00 am to try to avoid any hail. It is dark and Jean has her eyes glued to the road as I asked her to help keep an eye out for deer along the road. Hey...so dark I can't see the gas gauge...and we run out of gas again...but this time I have the jug of gas to put in the tank. By the time I get the fuel in the ...
... for a community education class in Spanish. That turned out to be a really smart move.
Tecolutla is a beach town on the Gulf coast. It lies seven hours away from Mexico City by bus. Luis told me I needed to catch the bus to Tecolutla at the Central del Norte station in Mexico City, but he didn’t have any other details. Google and Wikipedia came to my rescue. I found the bus line that went to Tecolutla: ADO. The schedules were posted ...
Things are becoming a little more real, in terms of coping with the fact that I am moving to Africa in six months. I have so much energy inside that has been built up and it is slowing leaking out in the form of stress!! I have turned in so many forms, since the acceptance, with more to do still and it feels never ending. I am trying not to sweat the small stuff, but it's harder than it sounds. Thus far I have sent in my paperwork for my '"passport" (not really ...
What a great time we had at the Lakota Indian Pow-wow in Shakapee, Minnesota!
It was a trade show along with lots of Indian dancing. The trades were jewelry, Indian paintings, artifacts, etc. The music was pure American Indian and was really enjoyable. I seem to love it more as I hear more of it! The dancing involved beginners, multiple levels of intermediate, and professional dancers. They were graded and ...