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... teach the kids there who I believe I have created a special bond and who seem to like all the dopey songs and tricks and teaching methods that I use and know work. I just drool with the anticipation of the first time I see Minh, Anh, Ha, Tho and Duk and they run up to me and we hug. We’ve come to know each other pretty well, and tho barely half of them can even speak, they sure can giggle and laugh. I have never met a more ...
... that this road trip has changed us. Now, it could be the simple things that changed like...for example I've learned to wake up and be out the door in about 15 minutes (which could be really useful for seventh grade, might I add). And I've learned how to wait for 45 minutes before I can go to the bathroom, which was a tough skill to learn. But this road trip has also taught me to be ...
Tonight is our last night on the road. It's crazy to think about this trip ending because...well you can read about that in my next blog post. This morning we woke up at Great Wolf Lodge. Livvy and I got wands and did the MagiQuests for about 2-3 hours before we had to go for our last 8 and a half hour stretch of driving before we reached home. After the majority of the hotels we stayed in being simple roadside hotels (except the ones in ...
... Stanley, ID. Fantastic people and if you ever travel to Stanley, you have to stay at their place. We loved it so much that we stayed two nights. On the second night, after a day of casual riding, Bill and I laughed and swapped stories over a couple of beers on their porch. Frank and Patti bought Bill and me each a Stanley Hat when we checked out and I left my Penn State hat with Frank. I will try to get back there.
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... absolute blast. Most of 19 and 50 were fun but construct interrupted the dance several times.
Stopped at a cool diner for a couple of coney dogs on 50 and decided it was time to get home. So I pushed on after lunch and pulled into the driveway around 5:30 after logging 350 miles for the day.
Routes: 33 E / 19 N / 50 E / 219 N / 220 N (becomes 99 N)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services