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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 …
Sorry it took me so long to post and let you know that I made it home safely... I am safely back in Minnesota!
I wanted to take a few days to digest the last month of experiences before I did my final blog post, wrapping up all of my thoughts about my time in India. ....Then school started and I haven't been able to find time to write this until now.
We flew from the south of India to ...
... Lady of Lourdes and Elvis....
Going to see Graceland was in some ways the equivalent of our Lourdes experience in France. Except nix the volunteer aspect here....everyone working at Graceland (and there are a plethora of folks) is a paid employee. You purchase your $45 ticket, you get in line. You get your photo taken with the Graceland banner in the background which you can purchase later on, once you’ve seen the mansion and any other things you’ve ...
... friend Jan left a comment for me with a link to her own recent backpacking trip in the Presidentials. It was removed, we think because of the link in it: http://happening-here.blogspot.com/2011 /07/saturday-scenes-and-scenery-hiking. html. When I looked at her photos, I was struck by the difference in cairns between our two trips. The cairns on her trail were huge structures, with quartz on top to make them easier to see in the fog. On the Minong, ...
... if we had "crossed that bridge'…… "yeah I think so" I replied somewhat vaguely as I relayed the question to Peter….. well then Sauli yelled something back to me that I didn't quite get but Julia yelled, "there's Uncle Sauli next to us!" Indeed it was him, hanging out the front passenger window, Jenn driving and Annika, Eila and Nikolai in the back of their van. What fun! What a welcoming surprise! We had been personally welcomed by them ...