Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown Hotel
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Minnesota, the state with 10,000 lakes and three new alien non-residents from the UK. It's hard to believe its been around a month since we arrived, so much has changed (yet we’re still eating pizza). Over this time we have in the most been wrestling with red tape or listening to RB growl like a cat (I didn’t know cats growled either but with RB fast approaching 1 he obviously knows better).
After only a week we managed to sign for ...
I'm getting ready to start on my next big adventure—hiking the Hundred Mile Wilderness in Maine. This is on the last stretch of the Appalachian Trail (for Northbounders, or NoBos) and ends just 15 miles shy of the actual terminus, the summit of Mt. Katahdin.If you remember Bill Bryson’s Walk in the Woods, this is the stretch that he and Katz tried at the very end and were ultimately defeated by the bogginess of the trail and the viciousness ...
... food was delicious and to top it off, we had a turtle pecan cake for dessert. Right before we left my 11th tooth came out and I was using all of everybody’s napkins to wipe up the blood.
The next morning we put on our warmest clothes and headed to the Life Time Fitness ice rink. There we watched Annika’s hockey practice, but it was so cold Taylor and I had to take like 1000 trips outside. Annika’s ice hockey ...
... once an urgency in travel amidst a one-year career break, now lies a sense of calm. I have no idea where life is taking me, no idea where I want to live, what I want to do, how to earn a living. And I couldn't be more content. Because I know that I'll figure it out. I know I'm getting away with the perfect heist, taking control and living as an outlaw on the run from everything I was supposed to be. Someday life might ...
... with people is vastly preferable to cooking for people. And my friends are the greaterest: showing up with a bag of groceries and random recipes/food concepts is normal.
Allow me to introduce you to MoPo Nights. Named for the culinary art of mouth pounding, these events require a group of awesome friends who (a) love food, (b) are not shy about ...