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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... way to do this than to actually go out and see and experience the world for ourselves.
I am thankful to everyone who has made this trip possible, including my students! Without their trust and support, I wouldn't have anyone to share this trip with. Thanks especially to my return travelers Sarah, Nicola, Missy, Julia, Adalaia, Bradley, and Dr ...
Falling as defined by Google: "to move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control, from a higher to a lower level." I'm pretty sure after today, next to the definition, you will find a picture of me skiing a blue slope.
Lindsay and I were on KP duty this morning...and we ended up in charge of making biscuits and gravy for breakfast (a rather terrifying task when you have several southerners in the group). Pioneer woman and Linda saved the day and ...
... I could learn how to stop by using methods other than diving to the ground. Daniel showed me the basics and Greg and Keisha took over coaching. After several runs down the bunny slope, they declared that I was ready for the 2 mile Salamander. They might have been a little enthusiastic in their assessment of my skills. I fell...a lot. In total, I made it down the Salamander twice that day. The rest of my time was spent working on turns and form ...
... of putting chains on tires. We both were actually pretty excited to learn the process. And I have to say, my inner six year old was pretty disappointed by the simplicity of the process. The rest of the night was spent staying warm by a fire, grabbing last minute supplies from the tiny Shop N Save (Basically the Davis equivalent to Greentown's Hulce Supermarket), and shuttling the luggage and everyone up to the lodge in the cars with chains. Tomorrow: ...
... there was banjo music and ….well eventually we made it. (And I made up the bit about the banjo music!)
Well done to Stuart and Sylvia for surviving a epic ride (227 miles) through the best and worst that the eastern states of the USA could throw at us. So much for the easy first day they asked for! Oops. But hopefully the jet lag will have eased tomorrow, and on the bright side Stuart’s new boots are, in fact, waterproof.
227 miles today