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Madison, WI August 28, 2014
How do you prepare for a gap year? Lots and lots of planning. This one was rough. It was so much easier when I was young. I didn’t own anything! We spent months preparing, renting the houses and taking care of finances. The moving and storing stuff about killed us. But we survived.
We had Deanne’s car listed for sale for almost a month and I test drove it with about ...
... get the hat and glasses and then set out for Milwaukee, stopping off at Dubuque to have a look at the mighty Mississippi River and to take a rickety old cable car to the top of a high ridge over the town, which gave us a great view. We also saw our first ground hog, which was chomping on flowers alongside the cable track - it looked like a guinea pig on steroids - and also saw some chipmunks and a squirrel! Back ...
Kate and I are packing up tonight, double checking the list and making sure we will have everything we need. We will make our best attempt to keep this updated so you guys can share in our experiences.
We leave Madison tomorrow a little after four. We have a quick stop in Atlanta and then we catch a flight to LA. we have a hotel near the airport but we are currently kicking around ...
... br> An archery set
Little Missmatched socks
World of Goo (a computer game)
One Direction posters
Camera charger (mine broke)
Candy (especially sour stuff)
A soft stuffed animal
Some nice earrings
Cute & warm boots
A little red riding hood jacket
Fuzzy any-colored beanbag
Nail polish, any color but pink and red
The next few days were full of school. On one day the neighbor kids came over! ...
... clearing efforts. The fridge and freezer were public space, but we did get a lockable cabinet to store food. I typically ate breakfast, an evening snack and dinner in my dorm. For breakfast I typically had toast with American peanut butter. I always had a cup of tea with my breakfast and another mug of tea for the bus ride to class or where-ever I needed to be. My lunch was usually from the Mensa, which was our student center. The Mensa offered ...