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Travel Blogs from Chesterton
No, these are not soppy wedding vows! These are my promises to myself. Promises that I hope to keep while away from all the comforts of my family, Purdue, and the U.S.
to take every opportunity
to sacrifice sleep for fun and exploration
to try any- and everything that comes my way
to look fear in the face
to eat the local cuisine (No ...
... of reality change. It’s a pretty interesting read, though a bit repetitive by the end – definitely worth checking out.
We pulled into Indiana Dunes just before sunset, perfect timing to watch the sky take on some amazing colors over the lake. We could even make out the silhouette of Chicago on the far shore, backlit spectacularly by the fading sun. We were happy to get our fishy friend, Chubby, ...
... to the summit slowly push the sand down the sides of the dune and the dune gets shorter but fatter. I asked if they had sold or been forced out, and he said that they had sold. So at least it was a better story than most that you hear that involve First Nations and the government forcing them off their land.
Went for a couple of swims in lake Michigan. The water was a great temperature. I met a family from Edmonton who had been to Peterborough for ...
... love to go back one day to see if anything has changed in their healthcare, and also to go to the really nice camps in the Masai Mara and to Island Camp at Lake Baringo. I am pretty sure I have post-traumatic stress disorder after white-water rafting and probably will never do that again.
So, so long everyone. I might try and put some other pictures up from the other students whenever (if ever) I get the chance.
Asante sana and Kwa Heri!
... to do was to replace the rusted out thru-hull and seacock. Tom is off to the marine store for parts and supplies while Lynn will do some touch-up painting of Hawkswood's navy stripe that presently recounts the learning curve that took place while docking her wide beam into a narrow slip during our first sailing season.
We'll be posting the route via Google Earth that we'll be taking either tonight or tomorrow.