Burnsville Inn & Suites
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Monday July 28th
I am finally home. Actually I was home late Saturday night. Even though I did not want to leave Rome, after travelling for a full 24 hours I was more than happy to be home. My Mom, Dad and my boyfriend Patrick picked me up from the airport Saturday night. I was so happy they all came.
I know what you all are thinking. Why did McKensie not post a single blog her whole last week? I'm sorry you all feel left out and I know I have ...
... walked down to get dinner... Went to a pizza restaurant! Wow- it was REALLY good pizza. Wood fired and super thin crust! Delicious! I wore my Minnesota Vikings shirt so I definitely fitted in quite well. I'm enjoying Minnesota so far! People are just really easy to strike up conversation with and most people you walk by will smile at you. Minnesota is a state that is very livable but the freezing cold winters put me off living here!!! Another full day for tomorrow... Time is going too quickly! ...
... marking or darkening of the load side of the insert. This would typically indicate excessive loading. It was not showing any sign of failure...just some excessive pressure. This cylinder had a different brand sparkplug in it. I broke a plug while working on the engine prior to installing it in the car just before the trip and I went to NAPA and had them provide me a plug of equal heat range...but they only had one in a different brand. I ...
... birds that come...so far a really pretty Baltimore Oriole, Goldfinch and Red-Wing Blackbirds.
Nick and Dick are busy putting up the railings of the porch that Dick built. The two of them will then do some minor work on the coach and on Thursday it will go in for some minor service work to get it ready for the Alaska trip. We want all in perfect working order to start with and what happens from there we have no control of if we are prepared. So prepared we will ...
... own needs, and have to fend for myself. No trying to keep up with Julie's blue pack vanishing around the curve ahead, or getting mad if she doesn't stick around to help me over a troublesome blow down (you know, the tree blocking the path that's just a little too high to step over, a little too low to crawl under and far too wide to walk around). It also means no safe, comforting body between me and my fear of the dark. It will be an[other] adventure that will test my physical ...