The Mayo Hotel
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Today was a nice day. Since the venue was an arena, load in / load out went smoothly. Building the Main LED screen was nice because it was just myself and two others. (John and Tom, both of which are from PRG Nocturne). It is much quieter, with less error when we are able to slow down and do it right. We were not fighting to see or communicate with each ...
Since our main activity of today was to be this evening at the Hard Rock Casino, we slept in and took our time with breakfast and reading the news on our iPads. Laundry was first on our to do list...you always feel more in control when things are clean! I am here to testify, by the way, that today is a HOT one once again!
Leaving camp to do a little touring at 1:00, it was already 97 degrees. As a note of interest...the roads we have been on in ...
... is now the gift shop. This location is an "Official Laura Ingalls Wilder Homesite", and this particular one is where the first book, "Little House on the Prairie" is based. I know I read all of the books as a child and that both of our daughters, Laura and Kim did also as I made sure of it. I know that many of you ladies reading this blog must have read them too...good memories!
Leaving Little House at 12:45 we continued our trek towards Tulsa, OK, crossing into Oklahoma at 1:00 ...
... other. We did miss our last included breakfast, which I regretted very much, but it couldn't be helped. So we ate some donuts at the airport. And we tried valiantly to spend the last of our Euros, but I think we just weren't in the mood. We did spend all the coin Euros on snacks, since the bank in Tulsa won't exchange coins. Our only hiccup was in changing seat assignments. We were booked in the back of the plane, which is how we flew over, but with two seats together and ...
... been part of this experience in these kids lives and to see how it bonded us together as a group.
The camp provided many opportunities for personal growth: Learning to speak Chinese, learning to use chopsticks, learning to budget money, learning to bargain, learning to wash clothes, making friends, trying new foods, learning patience, learning to work with others, and learning to adapt.