Radisson Nashua Hotel
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When we last checked in on the cross country adventures of the Vagabond from New Hampshire, he was driving through Minnesota. I finally got through the corn fields, made it through Customs at the Windsor, ONT tunnel and drove through to Niagara Falls, NY.
It was a beautiful day ( I have had a long string of beautiful weather) and the sun over the falls was making for wonderful rainbow photos. It seems to me that the Horseshoe falls has become a little ragged over ...
... keep the cost down’ and the mystery meat slid through a slot in the cafeteria. Today, it’s about the culinary experience. And we have to pay attention to vegetarian and vegan and kosher and all those things. There’s also the concern about sustainability, so we spend a lot of energy on local, organic, recycling, composting.’’ And at more than $50,000 a year for tuition and room and board, parents, and students, expect the best.
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... more and more, the face of earth has been changed so dramatically. And now to go to a place where most of the land is still pristine gives me goosebumps!
Despite the overwhelming size and offerings of Alaska, the one thing I look forward to is that feeling(if we could actually do this!) of going back in geological time and getting lost(well, mentally) in the remote wilderness and the oneness with this dear planet..
... real to me. That was just the spark that got me going into a more serious phase of my planning. What resulted a year later was a 5" thick, 3 ring binder,
8 1/2 x 11 pages, detailing what I wanted to see, where I wanted to go, what I wanted to do and what and where to eat in each of the 50 states. Joan and I called it my "Alaska Masters thesis". When I saw Joan again, on yet another trip, ...
... change to meet the rest of the team. After the 50 minute film, a few people from Cross Way that had gone to Nairobi in prior years answered many questions. Courtney was able to go with us, as well as Shelley Eideh, who heads up our missions team at RCC. It was great to have them there with us!! Afterward, we had desserts, including Gail's famous whoopie pies! Yum! It was nice to connect again with the team, and get to know some of their family members.
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