Red Carpet Inn Wind Gap
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... chuckle. On our last day in Sturgis after a nice ride we were headed back to the hotel and I noticed a sign along the side of the road. There was a bar that had a sign out front that showed "riders and fender fluff welcome". Well needless to say that got my dander up! It still works me up thinking about somebody putting that on the sign. I told Shane about it when we ...
Yay week 1 classes ended!! And ended well!!! Gave students surveys to fill out, and the comments were phenomenal!! They absolutely loved the class :))) always nice when that happens!!! Had a nice lunch and dinner in the dining hall with the staff too. AND I got paid for Emory. So the day is definitely looking up. Hope to have a relaxing time ...
... vouchers for lunch and dinner, which were like $14 for falafel and chips! We also got free cups that were worth $8.95 with fountain drink in it!! Crazy!! Thanks camp for paying for our meals! Then with other staff, we went to the Hershey Chocolate World. So This place was just outside the amusement park and you could go on a tour ride for free as well as shop in the gigantic gift shop. The other parts like the 4D movie and make your own chocolate thing cost money. I ...
2 hour flight to Philadelphia + 20 min train ride to center city + 2 hour wait/lunch + 1.5 hour bus ride later... I am at Lehigh University!!! It is a gorgeous campus with a lot of hills and concrete steps. The midday heat rivaled that of Atlanta. I managed to get checked in, shower and nap before going to an all staff dinner! It's a much bigger camp with 14-15 staff members and 120 students! Seems like a diverse, nice mix of people. I am ...
... any real time for you all while I was rubbing teets in France and star gazing in the Jordanian desert. But now, I'm going to Vermont for a job--real people things. I'm not traveling. So why would I blog? Seems dumb and pretentious and although I might not always act like it--I know I'm not THAT important.
But then I realized that the one thing I regretted over the summer was not journaling enough while interning at Rocklands Farm. If there is one thing ...