Holiday Inn Express Maryville
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... second meeting yesterday, March 29th and discussed a few new things. There will be 22 people going on our trip! Among those 22 people, I am happy to say that I will have 7 girls from my sorority going as well! I am beyond excited to share this experience with them. We finally found out that we will be staying in a guest house of the orphanage (which has air conditioning at night!!) We will also have some electricity at night so I will be ...
... to go on this trip. As January rolled around, I kept bothering Dana about once a week for details about the 2015 trip. Finally, on February 22, 2015 we had our first meeting. I was so excited and anxious to find out what I needed to do to make this dream of mine a reality. I found out all the details about the trip, including the cost. At first, I was a little scared about being able to fundraise the ...
... as hell. Now comes the hard part, im here at a rest area off of rte 29n near mound city, MO. Its still in the mid 80's and im a hot sticky mess gettin bit to **** by mosquitoes, im dreading having to climb into the back of the van and goin to bed, oh well its gotta be done. I'll catch up with you tomorrow when i finally get to South ...
... a rope swing installed about 40 feet over the water. Sam and Adam went first, nothing but good air and a hard splash into the river. My first attempt went well, I swung out over the dark, chilly water and fell harmlessly into the river (although I can now say the moments right before my swings were the most terrifying moments of my entire year). My second attempt, however, was a different story entirely.
I knew something was wrong as ...
... picture on the quiet and pristine morning before shoving off- me driving, on account of Sam sleeping about all of 20 minutes the preceding night.
Today was a travel day- but also a lazy day. And a special day: our first day camping. After the preceding three nights of meretriciousness nothing sounded better than a nice, quiet campsite on a lake. We drove West across Missouri, then took a hard tack North into Kansas, ...