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3) How can we turn this into a game of BINGO? Feels like there's a BINGO here.
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I'll be leaving this weekend, for now I'll leave you with the greatest photo ever taken of the Split Rock Lighthouse (mine) and a photo of my new friend Abe Lincoln.
... and most importantly people watch! Airports always fascinate me as it is a place full of emotions and that's why I love people watching when I'm at one! From fights, intense goodbyes, intense excitement and anticipation as one is reunited with their loved ones, random strangers sharing stories, people afraid of flying and popping their pills to be conked out during the flight to just the little woman in the shop who gives you a smile and wishes you a safe trip. Perhaps that's why ...
... helped with the cross-country team at Edina. It was great to be a
part of a really successful program and see what a high school team can
do. It also kept me running and in shape for much of the fall (until a
nagging injury slowed me down).
What a huge difference between the two: age, socio-economic status, cultural diversity. Going to Sanford felt like walking into a new world compared to Edina. I had to learn a ...
... catchin' our connector flight to Las Vegas. This gave us just enough time to grab a sub and do a little window shopping in the airport concourse. Then, it was time to board our flight to Vegas.
The plane was full with eager, excited travelers! The flight was relatively smooth with only intermitent turbulence. Nothing that slowed the ...
... cheese, & curries with rice, to burritos & lasagne.
There was a whole row dedicated to non-dairy milks, but unfortunately they were out of regular hemp milk - something from my "awesome vegan foods to try in the US" list.
The "dairy" case was filled with vegan yoghurts made from soy or coconut milks, blocks of vegan cheese, as well as cheese slices, cream cheese, & the infamous Daiya shreds.
These were also on the "to try" list, & we bought one bag ...