Four Points By Sheraton Minneapolis Airport
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... the crack of dawn and driving 8 hours to Winnipeg where we will set up camp and stay over night before driving to CMU the next morning. Hopefuly the weather isnt too cold or buggy!
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... watching! The most conducive place yet! On a summery afternoon spot in the middle of the week families and friends gather to spend summer fun together! What a city! They know how to live. As the eveningtide came upon us, I joined those circling the waters perimeter at a running pace! Juice joined me for a little sprinting in the beginning! They even had a lane for bikers! A whole crew of strollers, runners, and bikers. People atop blankets ...
... and from the airport and all over and never has anyone been like your family. I think God has brought you to me as a gift.”
Erick again gently asks him if he wants to hear what a prayer might be like, to accept Christ as His Savior – if he would ever want in his life to pray a prayer like this (there is NO pressure – that I sense - to do it right now – only an example, Erick offers). Deepak wants to hear. ...
... while after this, so will try and get it all done today.
Decided I'm staying at a hotel in Fargo (same as last year, Red River lodge, really like that place, and love the staff), I'm a little nervous about going on the 31 hour bustrip Wednesday to Portland, and the hotel is at a walking distance from The greyhound busstop, so that's what I'll do. It's a really pretty trip, and not a alot people tend to be on ...
I also managed to piece together enough parts to get my brakes working a little better. cantilever brakes are a strange beast. The relationships between the way the different parts will move is pretty complex. The brake pads are mounted to arms that stick out, and those arms are tethered together by a cable. A second cable is connected to the middle of that cable, and runs up to the brake lever. So, when the lever is actuated, the cable that ...