Hilton Garden Inn Rockford
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... change juggling but my visa finally came Friday Oct 2nd!
I am flying out O'hare tomorrow evening and will be arriving in London Monday morning and then flying to Accra, Ghana Monday late afternoon, where I will be getting picked up by Sam (the project partner leader). The village I will be working in is about 45 mins outside Accra (the capital of Ghana).
Until next time!!
P.S. I will not have wifi very often but I will try my best to keep everyone updated!
We leave today for Seattle and the San Juan Islands. We will be staying in Seattle for three days. Then taking a ferry to San Juan Island off the coast of Washington. We are staying at Friday Harbor and I hope to see three pods of orca. Mary has a chocolate tour planned and a tour of Pike Place market in ...
Kathy and Dozer both went to work today. While they were working, Sheila and I decided to go into Rockford and do some exploring. Whenever we head into Rockford, we have a few must that we take care of. First stop was the old Logli's for Sheila’s nut bread. We normally stock up on that – Sheila loves that bread. Next we head to see Sheila’s late mom at the cemetery in Loves Park. Then ...
... with plenty of creamed butter or sour cream.) On this occasion the mashed potatoes were absolutely delicious. A huge quantity, very creamily and softly mashed ("Grandma" Marie's special method using the hand mixer) - they were perfect, as was the whole meal. Another novelty noticed here in America is that often green beans are served in a mushroom soup mix. Another nice & different taste. I don't think I have seen green peas served anywhere here, just green beans. I have ...
... is where I went to college.) My mind found the scenery 90% foreign, having not been there for at least 15 years. I mean truly unrecognizable, not even a little. I have so many rich memories of that city that I found it surreal that I could not more easily identify the sites from the freeway. I chose not to diverge further from my path to go visit Drake University, my alma mater. That would have been a rabbit hole ...