Apple Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... enter my airplane for the first leg of the trip where I'd spend the day with my parents in New York.
This is when my first fear was realized. My big hiking backpack carry-on that my Eagle Scout husband had filled with all the essentials (including parachute rope, you know, in case I had to scale a building somewhere along the way) did NOT fit underneath my seat or in the overhead compartment. To be fair, I was on a tiny plane and those overhead compartments aren't ...
- Woke Up to my car almost being towed - Argued with a gentleman that i was allowed to be there -Got in my car and peeled out -Got a speeding ticket about 3 minutes out -Started Loathing this trip -Got to Des Moines -Mother called saying there was a family emergency -Had to cut the trip short but still having all the requirements for the ...
... bag, a Carhartt jacket and many layers. As I started adding to my suitcase, continuously checking to make sure it was under the 50 pound limit and making decisions on what to take and what to leave behind, I noticed that I've already been carrying a huge weight around with me, growing heavier and heavier the closer I get to take-off. It has sat heavy on my head and heavy on my heart. It is the undeniable weight of fear, worry and ...
... other gifts I've been given toward my journey that have arrived in different forms: words of wisdom from one of my friends and mentors, Rob Schware (Executive Director of Give Back Yoga Foundation) reminding me how much growth there is to be had from a place of discomfort; my mother in law, Pam Kvitne, researching how to travel safely; my father in law, Dave Kvitne, giving me his sleeping bag ...
... Ok, I was ignorant for not researching it beforehand. So, due to being completely floored with surprise, the Badlands are the most bad-ass. It was a welcome respite from the never-ending fields. Plus, it really does take forever to get here - so I'm selling to myself that the Badlands are, by and far, the best national park! All things bad-ass include: 1. The Bad-ass-lands 2. Thom Yorke 3. Sturgis, SD (motorcycles) 4. Borglum (Mount Rushmore architect). And! No one died ...