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ANOTHER day on the road...so ready to be home. Again, not much happened today. Just a lot of driving. We arrived at the hotel at about 5pm, went out for dinner, watched some Law and Order and then went to bed. The internet here is very unreliable, so I'm sitting in the lobby at the only table that the computer seems to like! We hope everyone is well. We'll be seeing a lot of you soon!
... memories I have will stay with me for the rest of my life. I cannot thank our leader Susan Gold, our co-leader Bethaney Kunzer, the nine other students, and lastly the University of Wisconsin Madison enough for the opportunity to go to Kenya.
I came across a quote the other day that I wanted to share as my blog comes to a close.
"One who lives, sees much. One who travels, sees more". -Anon
For the last time, asante sana for reading.
... way up on a hill overlooking the town. Self-guided tour with beer in hand - very cool, especially the bottling process. Visit to the gift shop and purchased some beer to take home. They were building a new outside garden area which JD checked out thoroughly. Took the back roads through the farm roads back to the park. Grilled some burgers, picked up some pretty good TV reception for awhile and called it a ...
... through site. First time we had to carry in our own water. Filled our water tank at the pump and now had to be more careful of our water usage. One more learning experience! Had no trouble with it - yay! Picked up some firewood, had leftovers for dinner and a great campfire tonight. Very peaceful ...
... are going to go a little slower on this trip than we did on the Alaskan trip. There are some things we want to see that we passed up on that trip, so we are going to make a few stops on our way to Yellowstone.
I took my turn driving this time and I must say that I am much more comfortable driving the new RV versus the Winnebago. One would think this would be harder, but it’s not much different than ...