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From July 17th until now, I have received a yellow fever shot, took typhoid fever pills, and started taking malaria pills yesterday. Other than the vaccinations, I had to get a 6 month tourist visa which was a little stressful. There was a lot of communicating back and forth between the visa company (in New York), my volunteer coordinator (in London), and the individuals in Ghana. It was a lot ...
... The Rules had plenty of bad hotel rooms and aching muscles and boys on computers too much and snapping at each other over where to eat or what to pack. The beautiful thing about myth is that those things fall away. What we will remember over time is that we ventured west, we overcame obstacles, we saw amazing sites, and we accomplished this goal together as a family. We are ready for our next adventure - how about ...
... my parents when they were alive. It is always good to talk to them when we are in town. We had a good visit with them and introduced them to Mousse.
When Kathy and Dozer got home from work, we headed out to Byron, IL for dinner. We will be leaving for North Carolina tomorrow. On the way back to Kathy’s we always try to stop by Pete and Izzy Pielak. They are good friends of ours and ...
I have to admit that Chicago is one cool city, it has awesome parks, beaches and tons of things to do! It was hard to narrow down what we wanted to do during our short stay here and decided on the Lincoln Park Zoo. It is historic, beautiful, compact in space but delivers on super cool stuff, as it is free!
We packed up and headed out to the city early and the girls were amazed at the huge buildings and so much to look at and see. It reminded me a little bit of Baltimore, but has ...
... briefly, and then beyond to Beloit. Back to the areas where I used to call home, and that I visit annually (usually twice)... familiar territory and scenery. The fal colors began to become less and less... maybe it's only 10% down here in southern Wisconsin.
A lovely lunch with my dear friend Katie at Manna's on the east side ...