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... ago. He had an amazing trip with his uncle Jeff and met some great people. Since then, we have both been wanting to try a long motorcycle trip together. This trip will be my first time on the motorcycle for more than one day--I'm nervous, excited, and ready to experience everything!
This year's adventure is taking us along the US/Canada ...
... in the province of Ontario. We had decided that we were not ready for another big city. During dinner that night we talked to a nice waitress and learned from her that children in the province of Québec are not required to learn English.
Next day's drive took us along the Northern shore of Lake Erie, as we headed towards Detroit, Michigan, our reentry point to the U.S. Safely back in the U.S. we ...
I find myself jobless and without a backup for the first time in my adult life. Who does this? Quit work, pack up, peace out. And there's an eery silence in the airport minus some jackass over my left shoulder who has literally found anything and everything to complain about and has now proceeded to narrate his life out loud to the entire gate assembly here. "You're my favorite ...
... 7 ounces and is loving his nightly bath! (I think he must think he's going back where it's always nice and warm!)
I couldn't do any of this without my darling Bob and the emails and phone calls from family and friends. We'll stay in better touch now that the surgery is over. We are so sorry if we worried you with a bit of a gap in blog postings. I'm really doing pretty well for being only one week out from surgery!
Love you all!
... Lewis & Clark probably wore mostly the same thing every day: army-issued. We are going to bring ten days worth of clothes and detergent and a bunch of quarters, something our heroes of old wouldn't have dreamed of: a laundromat. (While packing the van, shoeless, I split open and bruised my toes. Ugh!) From past experience, I know I will encounter temps all the way from a wintry 35 degrees to a oven-hot 100 degrees. This makes ...