La Quinta Inn Oshkosh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the pilots seemed to be able to manage everything well.
All I am trying to say that the weather has been bad in Jakarta at least since Saturday, December 27. So, it is also possible that the bad weather story in Surabaya is true since. The area near the hotel where we stayed at in Jakarta was flooded due to the rain falling almost non-stop. Please pray for the passengers, flight crews, and the families left at home and surrender everything to the Almighty ...
... make sure we are not missing deadlines. Called the banks. Spoke to Greg for hours. Stopped the mail until we're back. Making arrangements with mom for Winda to drop off Freya. Emailed all our neighbors to watch over our house while we are gone. Getting ready to miss our little puppy, but excited to see my in-laws!
Indonesia here we come!
... our town.” Neither of us have ever lived outside of Wisconsin, and we imagine it will take a long time to live somewhere and not feel like visitors. But we look forward to making new friends, having new experiences, and waking up with mountain views every day.
We are both very sad to be leaving our family and friends behind in Wisconsin but we are ready for the next chapter. I know I will be calling ...
... and then visited awhile. I attended Ripon College for the first 2 years of college, and now my brother teaches marketing there! Small world. We stopped at the library so we could see a model of the Bismarck that he built - out of paper!!!!! Every single bit except the rigging, which is quilting thread, is paper!!! Amazing!!
On the way back, I saw a ...
... s eye.
After a little more wandering, we headed back to the plane and tent. Alex, the bookworm, really wanted to relax and read his book, "The Necromancer, The Secrets of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel". While he read, I tried to catnap, but without success due to the heat.
As I fiddled around, a gentleman and his son walked up and we started chatting about my plane and the one that he is building back home, near Belfast, Northern Ireland. ...