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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Task: Wise pilgrims also say, "All gear should be field tested before use on a journey". And how exactly does one test "water-proof socks"? Why of course, you put on your sandals with the water-proof socks and go wading in the Ann Arbor street gutters after a downpour. Ahhh, feet dry, they pass the test! And how do you test a rain coat/pack cover system? Stand under the malfunctioning eaves trough on your front ...
... plush Parador Hotel, or share a bottle of wine, bread, and cheese beneath a tree with other pilgrims.
David has been absolutely wonderful throughout my nine months of preparation for this adventure. He's solved all my tech problems, accompanied me on some difficult training walks, and patiently listened to my feelings of excitement, confusion, and trepidation. But, I couldn't get him to take the final step (pardon the pun) ...
... I can't describe how perfect it felt (especially because my hotel room is cold). I also met a family coming from Kigali as well and being forced to stay the night
at the hotel. They are very nice and have included me at mealtime. They were from San Antonio and were going home for the holidays. Today was my girlfriend's birthday... Happy Birthday Mads! I was really sad I couldn't be home in time to celebrate with her.
On Wednesday, I got up ...
Jodi, Kaleb and myself took an early evening trip to the fair. We were surprised to find my Mom,Donna, Katrinka, Cassandra, , Daniel, Kelsi, Aria, Nick and Brittany all attending the fair. We ate dinner, and walked around the fairgrounds looking at animals and 4-H entries. No rides for Kaleb this year because he is outgrowing them. He did pay his own way for a trampoline activity. We finished the night with deep fried milky ways which were ...
... how prisons do anything to teach people how to act differently in the society which felt the need to lock them up. It was no surprise to me that many of them came out of the experience hardened and unable to function.
I really enjoyed lunch with the group of Northvillians. They gave Kathleen and me lots of advice on how to survive our first Michigan winter. They did say that most Michiganers left during the winter if they could. Hmm..... what awaits us?