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Time is getting close for our travels to Italy - leaving September 5th. We are excited; our adventures will include: Rome, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Tuscany area (including Florence and Pisa), Venice, Milan and the Italian and Swiss Alps. We are looking forward to meeting up with our friends from England (Phyllis and Michale Mott) in Florence. Plane and ...
... for Perugia in the Tuscany region. Will connect with different women there in the evening, spend the morning there and then take a cab to a villa a few miles away, out in the countryside. I will be spending 5 nights and six days at the villa for a retreat with Christine Arylo and Kris Carlson. We have the villa all to ourselves - 20 women attendees and probably about ...
... I carry everything in my bags.". He said to grab a couple ears of sweet corn out of the back of his truck. He had just come from picking it. He was also a truck driver and he told me that he's going to Maine too, but it'll take him 3 days, we laughed. As I was about 10 miles from town, I heard a familiar clicking from a road bike coming up behind me. A cyclist named Jeff rode next to me on the empty street. He was was a redhead, probably about 40 years old, ...
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Just a quick update that I am back home in Illinois. Got here last Saturday around noon. It was a great trip and I have more stories to tell you. I will get those out as quickly as I can. The travel list ~
Myrtle Beach, SC
Shenandoah National Forest, VA
Can't wait to share my stories, but you will have a wait a day or so more.
Today begins my journey back to China! Hopefully those of you that followed my blog last summer in Beijing will find this journey just as interesting. I'm participating in a program sponsored by the US Department of State called the Critical Language Scholarship. This program pays for US students to travel to foreign countries to study 13 languages that have been deemed "critical" -- one of which is Mandarin. More info at ...