Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites St. Paul NE - Lake Elmo
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... together and discuss some things about the book that everyone has read, and then everyone is taught how to do a craft thing that somehow relates to the book! I was going to go to Hannah’s book club to see what it was like. Everyone had to read the book Echohawk, which is a great book! I went to the book club with Hannah when it came to Wednesday afternoon. I had a great time and I recommend if you like to read, join a book club!
We biked about 23 miles to Lake Elmo. A very nice ride. (That was dad) It was a nice ride when we got here Sarah was already here. Sarah and Carter were already playing monapoly I joined Carter's team and we are wining by a LOT!!!!!!!!!!!!! The plan is to be on the road by 7 tomorrow. That's all for now Dad wants his iPad back. ...
Ok. It's middle of April - a great SPRING time... Birds are singing...Flowers are blooming...Any where in the US would be fantastic to visit...but nooooo. Not this year and especially not now!!! From the plane - it looks like I am about to land on the North Pole to visit Santa's workshop. I start to think that I am crazy. This reminds me to fire my travel planner when I get home. Alright, no one can predict the weather!!! Why Minneapolis? This place is a ...
... if the US had converted to the metric system while we had been away. But after 100 miles, when we were just reaching the outskirts of Tucson, the signs doubled up – some measuring in kilometers and others in miles. Then when we entered Tucson, it switched to all in miles. We were in the US for sure. The next two weeks consisted of getting insurance for the Monja for the time while she was in the states, trying to sell her, and spending ...
... it is. Long, hard hours of exercise, no privacy, sleep deprivation. It breaks down your walls, your ego. Then you bond together against a common enemy: the drill sergeant. In the end, you’re a team.
Or maybe not. It’s not like I’ve ever been in the military.
It’s my first night in a tent. Julie pitches the tent in the yard at the cabin. I’m the first one in. I’m nervous. Up North, it’s pitch black outside, unlike ...