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... the other one's birth
Spending the 21st catching up with my best friend of 20 years and ending the 22nd with dinner with my closest friends and another trip to the airport
By the 23rd I was in Colorado to visit GoAbroad's U.S. Office for literally 48 hours
And now I finally sit back at home in Sturgis again, preparing to move my sister, her husband, and their newest addition to Grand Rapids tomorrow and celebrate my amazing mother's birthday.
... speeding. Here her son had to do a #2 (poor thing looked like he was about 3) and she tried to make it, to no avail. She got a ticket and another surprise from her son, glad I was on the bike and not driving in the car with them. Hit some misting rain for most of Ohio, but other than that nothing eventful happened. We did 620 miles and got to Howe, IN by 5PM. This is where Waldo will be spending the night. Our hotel is 2/10 of a mile ...
... Tony and Sonya. The next time we see them, they will be a family of three!
Of course, we had to stop at the Hy-Vee to get some good food to see us through the long drive ahead: peanut butter, bread, bananas, yogurts, fresh fruit salad, cheez-its, and ice for the cooler items. Good by, Windom! Good by, Greta! Godspeed!
The day was cloudy with threatening skies. It rained on and off throughout the long ...
... from the exit of GM. After a short lunch, we drove on through the Michigan countryside where we viewed our first deer running across an open meadow, a beautiful sight. We also saw quite a few wild turkey by the side of the road.
We reached the Canadian border at Port Huron where we were met with another downpour from the same storm. Our border wait took about five minutes and a pleasant agent welcomed us and we were free to enter. Welcome to Canada, eh!
... and Indiana, but once we got to Michigan, we found that most of the farms were hidden behind trees and bushes. This would be a perfect place to hide a still, or grow certain questionable crops because without an airplane, you would have no idea what your neighbor does for a living.
Tomorrow after a 4 hour drive, we should be in Canada visiting relatives and friends. Our first stop is in Grand Bend on ...