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... The Rules had plenty of bad hotel rooms and aching muscles and boys on computers too much and snapping at each other over where to eat or what to pack. The beautiful thing about myth is that those things fall away. What we will remember over time is that we ventured west, we overcame obstacles, we saw amazing sites, and we accomplished this goal together as a family. We are ready for our next adventure - how about ...
... obliterating the sky and destroying the view. We saw the famous Sears Tower as we drove around the perimeter of the city, not wanting to penetrate its bounds but only admiring it from afar. Traffic was slow on the highway, halted by massive construction projects and we crept along for quite a while before escaping to the other side.
We landed a while later in Madison and had no trouble finding the State Capitol, whose massive dome towers ...
... the shop and knew what we were getting. We got an American favorite, Chex Mix.
The plane was small. Like, really really really small!! We were only just above the clouds and then the sunset began. It was amazing. Absolutely beautiful!
As we landed at Madison airport, I realized that there was a small layer of snow in the ground. It was freezing and that just made all of us happier.
My grand parents picked us up and without any delay we were off the the farm. ...
... the symbolism of Bagua and its application to traditional Chinese Housing;
- Working on final paper
- Optional foot massage
- Chinese calligraphy
- Take bus to Suzhou to study the classical example of Chinese garden
- Tour old section of Suzhou
- Take bus to Shanhai
- Optional: the new world street or Pudong Bay
- Course ending party
- Final Project Presentation
That brings me to the third part of our "family." The most adorable, lazy, hilarious, beast... Gordon! Our six-year-old English bulldog will be heading out on this trek with us. Be warned that he and I do share a language all our own, and he will (much to Erik’s dismay) occasionally be blogging as well. Some might say I am obsessed with him, and they would be 100% correct. I love this beast (also known as puttie, batsooyah, ...