Howard Johnson Manteno
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... traditionally-dressed folk and overtook an Amish horse and cart.
The corn is ripening in Indiana, and I recalled Sting's singing as we passed though "Fields of Gold." Vultures rode the thermals, we spied hawks on the telephone wires, and were even surprised by a large white turkey pottering along the hard shoulder. The road took us through Waterloo. Now, here I must just record our appreciation of everyone's emails and comments on this blog, even the one from ...
... fifteen minutes from downtown. We had slept moderately well on the journey, so decided it would be a shame to let the entire day go to waste. George had noticed that there was a White Sox game on that evening, so we bought tickets for a measly $25, and headed up on the subway.
Now, I'm not one to pass too much judgement since I can sit in front of a cricket match for 5 days and not think too much of it. But in my most humble opinion, baseball is quite simply the ...
... together in the lunchroom for John to perform. They were one of those golden audiences who laughed loudly and often and made us feel like rock stars. I even had a chance to talk with one of the teachers who was genuinely interested in the circus and was really excited about his chance to see one for the first time.
The community is really excited about their first chance to bring the show to town and I really hope it goes well!
... which was always updating us on where we were, and the time we were supposed to arrive. The plane was supposed to arrive at 7:20am, but was now saying 7:50 which was terrible because my layover was only 30 mins and my flight to Madrid was leaving at 7:50. Well, this is where the trouble begins of my day. As we were getting closer to Germany, the time said it was landing 0720 ish but not to worry because the airport is not that big and I should make it to my next flight.
We've been home about two weeks now, and part of me thinks we just got back yesterday and part of me thinks it's been forever since we were in Kenya. Since we've been home, we've connected with our Parkview family through Facebook and have even gotten together for food, drinks and reminiscing. We now have a very special bond with our fellow travelers.
When we arrived back home, Laura (and me to a lesser extent) had quite a bit of trouble ...