Hilton Garden Inn Chesterton
Travel Blogs from Chesterton
... that this is my one shot
to laugh more than I laugh at Purdue (may be hard to beat, but whatever)
to write my people at home every so often
to learn to drive on the other side of the road
to reach every crevice of the country
to establish lifelong friends across the globe
to run, and run fast
Okay, guys... it's your job to hold me to them! ...
After waiting for my tent to dry, I left Kalamazoo for my next destination, Indiana Dunes National/State Park (yeah, there's actually two, but they're not integrated).
For some odd reason, my GPS doesn't seem to have National or State parks in its POI index and therefore, it can be a pain to find government camping (private campsites are another story that I'll have in a later posting. So since I didn't have an exact GPS route to go by, and the map I ...
we started the day by packing up camp and driving for what seemed like hours. we made a stop at an amish/menenite museam and learned about the culture. in town, there were people in buggys instead of cars. we stopped for lunch at an amish diner and ALL the people were staring at ME.but the homemade pie was delicious. we then stopped at a mousquito INFESTED campsite for the night, ...
... 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.