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... again but the good news is that all the bugs have been drowned and we aren't being tormented!!!! Thank Goodness!!!! Tomorrow we'll watch the weather but so many of the interesting sites here seem to be outdoors. Manitoba has a reputation for having sunny days but I guess we came at the wrong time.
We felt lazy today and were slow getting moving. Probably because we ...
... t-minus 13 day to MUDDER!
I am very happy with my trip so far, and proud of myself actually doing it....much more to come so stay tuned!
Best songs of the day:
Thunder Road, Bruce Springsteen
Closer to Fine, Indigo Girls
Maggie May, Rod Stewart
All of Me, John Legend
Roar, Katie Perry
Story of my Life, One Direction
Cups, Anna Kendrick
Bizarre Love Triangle, New Order
We landed safe and sound in Atlanta and made our way to our next gate. We got food, and relaxed. We eventually got cleaned up and changed clothing. Then it was time for our next flight. That flight was late too and for a very funny reason. This was the first time this plane was flying today so they had do a security check and I guess they didn't start it on time because we ended up being half an hour late. But the plane did leave. Oh the other funny thing was less than half ...
... interviews, and suddenly the Winter Concert was looming fast, scheduled for the 6th of December, and we were rehearsing frantically for that for days. I'd chosen a classic "All I Want For Christmas", before I realized it was the music teacher who organized a song for each class to sing. Barb, however, was very enthusiastic and accommodating, and was happy for the kids to do both. Poor kids, more rehearsal! Still, they didn't seem to mind, and they helped me choreograph some awesome ...
... Canadian potatoes aren't allowed into the US without a visa. After the stress of the border crossing we headed straight to the first cafe we came across, a good coffee and we headed for the interstate highway. Four lanes full of traffic from semitrailers to pickups, sedans to RVs, all moving at 65 miles an hour, the difference was that they knew where they were going. We did find our RV park more out of good luck than good navigation and found that it had a small lake ...