Homewood Suites by Hilton Minneapolis - Mall of America
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... is a Somalian holiday; which explained the incredibly high amount of traffic, as well as the difficulty in finding parking and making our way through the mall. We went to Nickelodeon Universe via the American Girl Doll store and attempted to pick a ride we would all enjoy. We finally settled on the log ride. Andrea, the only one who had previously ridden the ride, assured the others that we wouldn't get too wet, and then ...
... 1300 miles of the very rough Route 66), checked the oil level in the transmission and differential twice (okay both times), adjusted the steering gear once.
Washed the car in Eugene and Sioux Falls...really dirty both times.
Things that need attention soon: Re-paint radiator hood shelves near radiator (squeaking was caused by some rubbing), adjust hood gap to body (something moved...body or ...
... a learning experience just preparing. For instance, I tried to over-prepare and I bought a train ticket. I returned it when I found out that the ticket was going to the wrong station and it would be MUCH cheaper to get it at the train station (or so says a bunch of reviews).
Please let me know of any other questions you have about my pre-traveling things.
Also, I know a lot of you are ...
... not nearly as hot as it was in Kansas City. The warmest day was about 96 or so (still too hot for my Oregon standards), but that was a huge improvement after 106 in KC. The second night in town, while waiting for the first of the baseball games, a thunderstorm moved in, bringing rain, thunder, lightning, and a drop of about 20 degrees in temperature. It was AWESOME! Tomorrow it's off to Milwaukee and more baseball! ...
... the beginning of my story -- Once I got home from Eddy's wedding I was pleasantly welcomed with a quite large envelope package from the Peace Corps. Inside the package was a congratulatory letter, information on my assignment, the Peace Corps Volunteer handbook, A Few Minor Adjustments handbook (a book on culture, the Peace Corps, training, and coming home), a handbook for Families of Volunteers, a flyer saying I need to get the Yellow ...