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We finally pulled away from Highlands around 10:45 am. The weather was sunny in spite of the forecast. We drove to I-40 to Knoxville picked up I-75 to Lexington, went west to Louisville and then north to Lafayette Indiana. Over 500 miles was enough for one ...
... our nice warm minivan. This afternoon we discovered a hidden gem in the form of the Lafayette brewing company which served pints of their own brews for $3.00US and $6.00US for a growler which is a half gallon bottle. So, growler in hand, we strolled down the Main Street of Lafayette quite content with our destination choice. Sometimes the most amazing places are those that you don't find at the top of the to do list. Thank you Lafayette for your history, culture and beer! Bec ...
I stayed behind in the morning while they went out with Tammy. I managed to get caught up on dishes, cleaned out the coffee maker, and focused on writing the rest of the time. The clowns hit up a number of stores in the area and then stopped back at the RV for a quick break before doing a show at the library where we were parked. Oh yeah, we were close enough to the library to pick up their unsecured wi-fi signal PERFECTLY so I was happy. Wish we could have spent the whole day ...
As we leave our drive way on May 25th set for Alaska we stopped at Larry's in Butler for 3 days,
then on to IN to have some work done on the motor home, then on to Madison WI to see my best friend and her lovely family, we stayed at her brothers for 4 days then we slowly worked our way to Dawson Creek BC to meet our group and start out trip on June 12, ...
... Beloit for the first time. I felt very
unsure of what to expect, whether I would make friends or fit in,
whether I'd be happy. I was leaving a community and group of friends
that I'd become very familiar with. Yet as time passed, I gradually
adjusted to my new setting. It became familiar to me.
In these next few months, I'm sure I'll
eventually grow to be familiar with the places I'm in, just as I did
in Beloit. However it'll probably be in ...