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Last Sunday we had our last team meeting before we meet at the airport to go to Kenya. It was a joyous time of questions from family and team members, their last chance to get the info they think they will need to have peace of mind and to pack correctly. In a sense it was our last preparation meeting and our first team meeting as we prepare to fly out of Pittsburgh. This year's team is like those from previous years - diverse and anxious. We have six ...
... flat iron for my ridiculous hair! I bought some plug adapters, a new phone that will actually work over there, a new Chromebook to stay in touch with people and to document my journey, made arrangements for my apartment and cats, and other things that I didn't even consider for my prior trip to Thailand. All that remains is getting a bunch of passport photos for my visas when I cross into other countries, and trimming down the items in my backpack. ...
... boxes and the quick work of actually loading it and sending it back to Baltimore for the long trip to Kenya. I can already picture where it will be going in Kenya and how much it will mean to them.
My thanks to Cheryl Bradbury, J.R. Reid and Deann Hritz for making the shipment possible as they sorted and packed all the boxes. My thanks to everyone, especially those on the 2014 team, for your contributions of both time and money.
I also thank you, ...
... it. When I asked jokingly last night if you just walked up to your bed and face-planted into it at the end of the day and passed out I was obviously kidding, but when everyone started laughing and saying that it was actually kinda true that really made a lot of sense! I don't know where you get your energy from, but its crazy...in the best way possible. From when you wake up in the morning and immediately start joking around to the end of the night when you literally won't stop ...
A short distance from Fallingwater there are two western Pennsylvania sites that are part of the National Park System. The first I visited is Fort Necessity National Battlefield, the site of an early battle of French and Indian War in 1754 where under young general George Washington the British colonial forces surrendered to the French and Indians. The park includes several units of the battlefield plus a few other sites like ...