WuToWu #65: We Tell Each Other Stories(?)

Hi Jessica, (Warning: this post will examine the dark side of humanity) I apologize for the somewhat awkward and late timing of this post. I wasn’t quite sure when to start after I got back from tour, so I just let the days slip by. I’m very excited for you and the family to visit…

Sophomore Spring Tour: The End

Day 9: Denver I had planned to get up early and start doing my homework, but lo and behold, 10 AM rolled around and I was still in bed. The silver lining to this was that everyone else woke up around the same time as me, so we solved a crossword puzzle and had a…

Sophomore Spring Tour: Day 8

We left Steamboat Springs at 9:00 AM with the aim of getting to Denver around 12:00 PM. However, it was still snowing and the roads were icy, meaning that our coach bus had to put on snow chains for a brief period. Although the drive was about an hour and a half longer than we…

WuToWu #64: People grow up, whodathunk?

Hi Curtis, I have thoroughly enjoyed learning about your adventures in the South. I have noticed the trend of the description of meals and a constant rushing from place to place. I guess you’ll have to tell me if this is an accurate take away. It feels like I constantly talk about swimming but I’d…

Sophomore Spring Tour: Days 6 and 7

Day 6: Santa Fe to Steamboat I woke on Wednesday to an unwelcome surprise. Our tour manager woke up terribly sick, and we soon determined that he wouldn’t be able to travel with us to Steamboat Springs, the next stop on our tour. Without our reliable tour manager, responsibility feel to the regular Glee Club…

Sophomore Spring Tour: Day 5

Morning in Santa Fe brought a drastic change in temperatures. After eating a breakfast of granola and fruit, I took my tails and music to the Scottish Rite Temple to drop them off, bundled up against the windy 45 degree day. I met Matthew at the temple, and we walked towards the center of town…

Sophomore Spring Tour: Day 4

We left Phoenix at 8:30 AM, after being fed a delicious breakfast of fruit, danishes, and tea. It turns out that our hosts were avid collectors of tea mugs! The drive to Santa Fe would take the entire day, so I settled in for the long drive. I wrote a little bit, letters and some…