Holiday Inn Grand Rapids - Airport
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What's life without a little risk? Or, I guess in this case, a lot of risk! I leave for Egypt in three days where I will be joining ISIS never to return to the States ever again! KIDDING DAD!! Of all my trips, this is definitely one where I will need to take the most care, and I guarantee you that I will.
Currently, there is a lot of unrest within Egypt and a "high ...
... to eat at Wendy's rather than Taco Bell this go around. We were back home in just over 7 hours, much better than the 9 it took up there! The temperature difference when we got home was definitely a shocker, St. Louis wasn't any warmer than it normally is at the end of June but when you spend a week up north, even upper 80s is a shocker.
Sad to leave vacation behind, but happy to be home sweet home and happy to sleep in my own bed! Til next time Michigan, you've been ...
... the red flags flying at the beach, swimming was out of the question. We took a few pictures of the lighthouse and then at the beach and then headed back to the swingset that Reagan spotted when we first arrived. As chilly as it was Reagan had a blast swinging, and pushing her on the swing while staring at the lake was amazingly serene!
After Holland State Park we headed to Nelis' Dutch Village, a theme park in ...
... the next month I will update this blog every day I can so check in and see our progress and enjoy taking this trip with us.
Leaving Cook Valley, our apartment home, with a bright sun in the east spells a good day ahead. "Morning has broken like the first morning" runs through my mind as we head us west on I-96 toward Holland, past Benton Harbor and maybe a stop in Hammond, IN at Cabela's. It is always a treat to see the display of animals. Cabala's is very ...
... area. Most community members are forced to go to the bathroom in the bushes, in the river, in plastic bags, or in make shift bathrooms where everything still ends up on the ground. May I remind you of the flood waters, sweeping across the flat land, bringing whatever is on the ground to 5 feet high. The flood waters are a toxic mix of belongings, feces, bodily fluids, and garbage. Building a bathroom in Cangumbang is a utter necessity, for the community's health and ...