Litchfield Knights Inn
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... east I got, the more trees there were to create some interference. The GPS likes it here a whole lot better too. In fact, I wasn’t across the line more than a minute and it was back to letting me know I was speeding. I’d missed that. Actually, two things it’s been good about all along is letting me know what time it is, because it’s not always clear where the time zones change, and how fast I’m going. ...
Hey everybody! Today I decided to start this blog for my studying abroad! I am hoping to not only upload stories but also links to possibly youtube for a video blog of my trip and experiences! Today I've been getting my packing list down and looking at other blogs online for tips and tricks about packing and living in London! Can't wait to leave! Less than a month!! This is pretty ...
I can't believe the time has come for me to leave in less than a week. My bags are packed with everything I need for the next three months. As many friends would say I'm a planning dork, so I'm sure I've over compensated but I wouldn't have it any other way! I have posted a few pictures of all the gear I'm taking with me, quite a bit of stuff right? I've also taken photos of ...
... ice of a lake that froze while the temperature was damn cold, the wind was calm and no precipitation fell from the sky. These rare early winter conditions happen on a rare occasion, with this winter being one of them... a creation of champaign ice.
For a few days we skated around the lake... chasing ...
... gotta sees"
And lastly, In the town of Darwin, Minnesota, is the quirkiest of all. One man has assembled the worlds largest ball of twine. It weighs in at 70 tons and is just about the only attraction in town. It has been certified by the Guiness Book of Records - so if you want to spend the next 45 years doing nothing but rolling up twine, you too might be able to beat this record.
Too quirky, but that could aslo be said about the guy who went 1 ...