Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Eagan
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... on their way to Minnesota too and we passed them on the road. We were able to contact them, and made plans to meet up for lunch. At about 11:30 (Wisconsin time) we pulled into the Culver's in Verona, WI, just minutes from Jared's work place. We had planned to meet him there as well. We tried to surprise the girls, but they figured it out in the last few minutes. Still, it was nice to have the whole family together, plus Grandpa and Grandma, for Leah's b-day lunch.
... in the Twin Cities for the past 11 years. I realize now that we were so fortunate to grow up mostly outdoors, exploring rivers and creeks, rocks and caves, fields and forests. Iowa is beautiful. Also so is the yearning I can still feel for that spirit of exploration, a passion that lay dormant through many years of a corporate lifestyle. Sure I made daytrips to state/regional parks and spent long weekends traveling to new and fun places, yet I ...
After that I hoofed it across town to the other contemporary art museum that was going to be closed on Monday: the Weisman Art Museum on the campus of the University of Minnesota. The Weisman building was designed by Frank Gehry, who is a "starchitect" (which is to say, he’s a pretty big deal in architecture), and it’s a somewhat famous building. It’s pretty weird looking, but if you’re into Gehry it’s pretty cool (better ...
... and Taksim districts you will not encounter any violence or police in any other part of the city, if you take a taxi from the airport you will not go through those places so I don't see anything to worry about for now. ”
As of right now, I'm just excited to arrive. Turkey, and Istanbul in particular, are full of a culture I've never experienced before.
That's all I've got for now,
... 8217;s Good Samaritan Project, which my mother shared with me this morning.
“I am only one, but I am one. I can’t do everything, but I can do something; and I will not let what I cannot do, interfere with what I can do.”
Thank you for letting me share a little bit about myself and my faith with you today. When I return in August 2013 I hope to come back and share my experiences with you.