Motel 6 Minneapolis North
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... shipping around the USA so I got them to ship it to my auntie and so that saves me having to carry them around for the next few weeks with me! After that I couldn't believe it but I actually found a coffee bean and tea leaf! In Minnesota! Apparently it's the only one in the entire Midwest! I THOROUGHLY enjoyed my chai tea latte which I have missed having when I was in California! Took the train back home around 5.40pm and on the train at one of ...
... drove for six or seven hours through three states : Nebraska , Iowa and Minnesota. Ouch . There was nothing to see but cows and corn fields. It was fun to get to John's parents driving the caravan. They loved our little house-car. We felt homesick leaving it there after spending more than three weeks and 4000 miles together !
We have done many things in Minneapolis, catching up ...
I'm officially off on my first big journey away from home.
For six months, I will be teaching English and going to school to learn Japanese and get TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certified. Then who knows, will I come home and start from scratch, or continue my journey getting a teaching job in Japan? Or, will I continuing onward ...
... a single line of 7 along a bar. Once again the kids were exemplary. Six people ate vegan fodder w water or iced tea and one had BBQ pork sandwich and 2 beers.
We took a bracing walk over the Mississippi, sadly the locks werent operating but it was a great sight. Sadly, time to go to the airport came too soon, more hugs and kisses. Kids were shouting ByeBye Kiwis as they drove off.
Several hours of flight tedium later we were back in NYC. Bed at 1am.
Julie isn’t sure, but suggests that they build fires and sit around with friends and have a good time. She, on the other hand, is going fishing. Except that when we push through the reeds to look at the lake, we discover it’s so covered with duckweed and lily pads that the mallards are standing on it. Now Julie doesn’t have anything to do either, so we take a walk.
While we are out, the thunder starts. It’s weird thunder, because ...