Travel Blogs from Imlay City
... walls, ceiling, and trim. Still have lots of leftover paint to do trim throughout the house. 17 years and it gets pretty worn out. Grandma and grandpa are headed to Los Angeles this evening. They'll be there until this weekend, and then they are headed to New Zealand! I started using Travelpod, because I thought it might be a neat way for them to document their trip. I'm typing this blog using Siri on my new school ...
... again, not to mention that the well for their water requires electricity.
Nevertheless, seeing family was grand and all in all, things were not as bad as they might have been. If nothing else, the ice made for some absolutely fantastic winter landscapes. I only wish I'd discovered the "sparkle" mode on my camera in time to take some icicle pictures with it.
... between US and Australia that I'm still not used to. Like the light switches - you flick them up to turn them on here as opposed to flicking them down in Australia. The power points have no switches - you just plug in and away you go. Also, so many people have flags outside of their homes - big American flags. I don't understand. We saw one house that had a set of traffic lights beside the front door. As Glen pointed out - in Australia we ...
... br> The two time zone method of keeping track of time is a bit of a challenge. Times/temps are posted in our car with both Moscow and local information. As we move east an hour is added until we reach the final in Vladivostok.
Beer/chips in diner car--John is trying to finish his book.
Our accommodations are the best on this train. I have explore all the other cars--four birth, six birth configurations. None is as clean, well kept, new, quiet or least populated. While ...
... Shakespeare course. I could not be more excited to see what this summer
has in store!
July 22 marks my return to Paris after being away
for 6 years from ma famille franšaise et la belle vie. Mom, dad and I
will be spending four days sampling pÔtÚ, ogling the art in the Louvre,
wandering the halls of Versailles, and soaking up the French culture
along the Seine.
Next, our ...