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... drove to the laundromat a mile down the road to start laundry. While we were eating, we noticed that it had begun to pour again – really pour, even harder than before! When we’d finished eating, Dave and I dashed through the rain to the truck to go back and get the laundry. Becca and Rodney and the girls sprinted back to the motel. At the laundromat, it rained even harder and the wind was blowing hard and the lightning was flashing and ...
... stock, he went back to the library parking lot to use the internet. We joined him, put away the food, and Becca walked back to the motel while we finished up here.
Everyone is very tired tonight. Tomorrow’s forecast is for 10-18 mph winds from the SE. So guess what direction we’ll be riding? Yep, SE, heading for Fergus Falls to pick up the bike path. We plan to stay in Ashby, only about 50 miles from here. Shouldn’t be too hard, ...
... my head as anyone, and because of that, I come into this endeavor with little presumption towards writing something revelatory or interesting, just as I've yet to find an interesting student travel blog. Instead, I just want to write about what I've seen and done every time I write.
I want to be able to remember what I've done and where I've been whenever I read this in the future. Whatever I make of ...
... of the semester in Texas. But we had to make the long drive south. We planned to go a more eastern route so we could visit friends in Minneapolis and Iowa.
But we first had to make camp in Wahpeton. It's about as glamorous as it's name sounds. We booked a chain hotel, but it was one of the worst of its brand. The only redeeming factor was its low price. But it was understandably cheap. We tried to find ...
I spent the fourth with Ms P. at their lake cabin, we watched a boat-parade and had corn on a cob, watermellon, potatoesalad and steaks, pretty traditional 4th of july food. I also attended a churchservice at the morning of the 4th and got to see gloria and ernie again, we sang america the beautiful, so also pretty tr5aditional 4th of july things. at night I did get to see some fireworks back in claire city and me and melissas mom watched "grease" on tv.