Travel Blogs from Gilman
Beth had to take off after this morning, so she un-make-up-ed (I'm not entirely sure that’s a word, but it is right now!), we said our goodbyes, and took off for Watseka. We were meeting up with Sara, who works in the same office as our sponsor contact (he was out of town and unable to meet us today), at the local library for the first show. She arrived just as John was starting, so we said some ...
... children but back in the mid 1800’s’so I guess that was par for those days.
Sunday 30th June
Overcast day. The boys went to the drags. Nat and I went into town, Bourbonaise to do washing at the Laundromat. We then checked out some shopping at local shops, Target etc. Back home at 3:30pm. I cooked roast dinner, chicken that night and shared with Mark and Nat. First time I used oven in van. ...
... his 20Dm tip now, and also a shirt or shoes or both! We told him we give him his when we returned.
made our way into the old city wandering through it along with a lot of
other tourists, all looking at the junk they put out the tourists, we
obviously now getting into the tourist route so I guess we can expect
this from now on, there's quite a contrast with the near naked western
females and the ladies of the city to cover everything including ...
... br> We made homemade spaghetti sauce from home grown tomatoes and Jesse spent one of his days helping a neighbour stucco his house, a man of many talents
It was just a quick pit stop in Stelle but lovely to catch up with Bill, Becky, their family and friends and enjoy their hospitality and warm home, thanks Bill and Becky.
... parked out front obviously hadn't flown in quite some time. At a quick glance, the runway was intact, but not overly well kept. General Avaiation airports typically struggle for funding, and we lose a few every year. Flying's expensive, and the aviation economy is tough. I really hoped this place wasn't on it's way out. Looking further down the ...