Trip Start Jul 05, 2013
Trip End Jul 30, 2013

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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Well! We've had an active couple of days with the planning of this trip. As most of you know, my dear great, great Aunt Edna passed away on Sunday morning. While we were originally leaving on the 4th, we are now leaving after the burial on the 5th.

Now, we are going from Albany to Chicago with a layover from 10 am to 2 pm. Then, we're going straight on through to Minot to see Matt, Kristin, and William! Yay! We'll be there for a night and then will be leaving for Whitefish, MT, where we will enjoy Glacier National Park for a couple of days. This is a huge change and I am so excited! Hopefully we won't need any bear spray...but then again, we won't be hiking.

From there, we'll be arriving in Seattle as originally planned, on the 11th. I'm excited about the Experience Music Project...they have a science fiction exhibit that I am excited to see! The cruise starts the 13th and ends the 20th.

I can't wait to see Lindsay, Neil, and Edith! All of these new places that I'm getting to see, but with family at each stop is such a blessing! My grandfather has great ideas! Especially since I definitely didn't think this trip was ever going to least with me going on it.

Finally, we will be going down the Oregon and California coast in a rental car. I want to see the Redwoods, Grandpa wants to make it to Yosemite, and we'll also be seeing distant relatives there! Getting more excited every day!
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We're looking forward to seeing you guys! The EMP is a pretty great museum!

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