Travel Blogs from Hutchinson
... looks like outside my house on a typical January day in the arctic cold of Minnesota. They are forecasting our high temperature next Monday and Tuesday to be -2 degrees! I can't wait to take some pictures of the tropical weather I will soon be experiencing!
Take care and I'll be back soon to let you know how the flight went and that I've arrived at my first stop, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
You would never just leave your home one day and say " Lets go see the Corn Palace or the Jolly Green Giant" But if you are out here, and they are nearby, wellllll. So I couldnt pass these by with out sharing the silly stuff with you too.
First in Wall, SD, in addition to the Wall Drug area , is the Corn Palace. Since this is South Dakota, everything revolves around corn. So, how about a "palace" completely covered in corn cobs. All different colors and ...
Last night and tonight we stayed with the Thorsons, and man I am SO blessed. It blows my mind how much I feel at home here. These people have just taken me in as one of their own and its just the best feeling in the world. I love being here.
I'm learning a lot about family. The family we have in Christ is SO much MORE than anything this world has to offer. Thank you Jesus for blessing me with all these wonderful people.
... humid Minnesota, across Wisconsin (stopping to get gas from an adorable gas station owner with the cutest accent; we wanted to stay longer just to hear him talk, but he's a busy guy), and into the U.P. (Michigan's Upper Peninsula). Around dusk we found a state park on Lake Beaufort in which to camp and upon opening the car door, we were promptly swarmed by mosquitos. In the 10-15 minutes it took us to fill out the payment slip, set up the tent, and get ...
I'm off tomorrow on a bicycle tour of northern Minnesota and Wisconsin; if all goes well I'll keep right on pedaling until I get to the Pacific Ocean. It's my first bike tour, and I'll be doing it alone and unsupported.
Tomorrow morning could be interesting, as we got several inches of rain this afternoon. The thunderstorms are supposed to keep popping up for the next few days, so I'll just cross my fingers and hope my new tent is waterproof.
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