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Travel Blogs from Muskegon
... to reach fluency in Spanish! Putting my newly found writing skills to work, I applied to scholarships that set out to fund people like me, and I received the Gilman Scholarship that has financially enabled me to explore where I didn't think I ever would.
In Grand Rapids, I learned the building blocks of Spanish. In Marquette, Michigan, yo aprendía como hablar, escuchar, escribir, y ...
... pocket and half finished cups of coffee strewn about the living room. Travel is in the air. It's in the hallway with my backpack, in my ukulele pocket with my passport, in the way I can't help but not hate the snow for the last ten days I'll taste it.
I'll be there in ten days.
I can't wait to meet you.
... he meant it. The glory of love is that our internal monologue takes a break, and the difference between the snake and the mongoose becomes a blur.
But eventually growth takes its toll, and the disillusion of maturity is that innocence rarely lasts forever. We abandon that survival mentality for one of opportunity, and soon each individual is measuring themselves to see how they stack up to the competition. Am I smart enough? ...
Drove to Holland State Park. Stayed 2 nights. VERY busy campground. Everybody goes to the next door beach. We went swimming in Lake Michigan right away. Very hot 90's. Water was 'pretty' clean.
Jim and I rode our bikes 5 miles into town (no water) and finally found a place to have lunch. We ...
... smooth as glass which is unusual.
I have included a couple of pictures of the boat coming into dock and then some of the things we saw leaving the harbor in Muskegon, including a WWII submarine as part of a museum there.
After the boat got out of the harbor they really cranked up the engines and it was too windy to really enjoy being on top. The winds felt like 40 to 50 mph.