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We left Madison with a bit of apprehension about driving for the first time in the USA but it was easy to get on the highway and the traffic was good. Our first break was the Wisconsin Dells for a bite to eat and cruise. First impressions weren't good; the town looked run down and we were greeted by gaudy theme parks and fast food restaurants …
What a big big day!
We were officially welcomed to the school today during a formal school assembly where the kids were asked on stage to introduce themselves. And didn't they make us proud! When asked what they are looking forward to seeing in Minnesota the most, they all unanimously said, 'football' and 'Mall of America'. It doesn't take much to please;)
After the ...
... affordable, much cheaper than actually staying on campus. To cover my cost of housing and other living expenses I applied for tons of scholarships and miraculously, I won a few.
3. Oh you're graduating in the fall? What are you going to do after you graduate?
-I dunno. I have 6 months until my loans kick in afterwords, ask me then.
4. What are ...
... We laughed about how many things we have in common and all agreed that we need to find ways to get together again soon.
There was a big line at the airport full of outdoorsy people. Thanks to tour guide extraordinaire Thordis we knew to use the automated machines rather than wait in line. Duty free shopping included licorice, chocolate for Senn’s friend Kiley, perfume for Kaden, and a couple of Icelandic donuts ...
As we were admiring one of the prettier rooms in the capitol, a group of about 40 school children joined us, and we enjoyed the last remarks of their tour guide. Upon leaving the building, we realized it was yet another beautiful fall day, so we walked around the capitol block to take it all in, but in-doing-so, got ourselves lost. We had only parked 150 feet away, but the area was just too symmetrical (the capitol building makes ...