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It has been hard trying to explain to friends and family the things I saw, the people I interacted with, and my experience in general. The pictures don't seem to do the country justice, my descriptions seem lacking, and the authenticity of the experience is something only the other students and I will fully understand. It was a life changing eighteen days, and I hope to return to Kenya someday. The friendships I have made, the wisdom I have gained, ...
... 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 ...
... thoughts to mine as he does it. Nothing for today, though.
We are in a Holiday Valley RV Resort in Milton, Wisconsin right next to Lake Koshkonong. It’s a beautiful campground, one of the nicest we’ve stayed in. We have a big field next to our lot, so Beckett is able to run and get some exercise. We had a good dinner and are now sitting outside enjoying a cocktail and will soon start a fire. Good night ...
We said goodbye to Mike and Karen this morning over fresh-baked scones, and rejoined our old friend I-90W for the short trip up to Madison, where I was born exactly 25 years ago. When we arrived, we headed immediately for the zoo. Brendan was hungry, so we stopped at the zoo's sub shop, but I guess vegetarians are less common in the Midwest, because they didn't have any subs without meat in them. He ordered the one with the most toppings and asked if they could make it without ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed