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... and it would make them like him even more because we are all human. We are fallible. We mess things up. We all go through ****, **** and corruption at some point in our lives. And it makes the whole person and his life and what he fought for and lived through and contributed to the gospel and music world of rock and roll, real....rather than surreal. It’s the whole story. Not just the “nice” parts. We owe it to these people. To the Janis Joplins and ...
"Hear a roaring and a rushing,
Hear the Falls of Minnehaha
Calling to me from a distance!"
What can I say?
Minnesota is known to have over 10,000 lakes within its borders, many of which are only a mile or so from the Minneapolis downtown area. We rented some bicycles for a cruise around the very accessible lakes.
All of the lakes in the city are joined by great cycling and jogging paths, with some huge mansions overlooking. I spent most of my time sticky beaking at the lovely ...
... into the garage sale and I purchased 2 hammers and a stone "picker upper" - all for $8! Tonight a friend of Linda & Lynn was having a surprise 60th birthday party so I was also invited along. It absolutely poured down with rain as we drove there after picking up the Italian food for the party. Minneapolis is having un-seasonally heavy rain fall and the rivers and creeks are all ...
... your favorite parts about your trip?" I'm sure I've talked about these things before, but just as a review for those who forgot. In no particular order, my top three places were the waterfall, Francesca's Patio in Pilcopata, and the white water rafting down the Urubamba river. The waterfall was excellent because it was just as I pictured it whenever I thought about a waterfall in the jungle. Very picturesque, a good place to sit ...