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... before the ferry left. We then got picked up in Sandusky to get to Toledo...
The first part of our trip is over, here are some stats:
-Approximately 1300km (800 miles)
-Average of 20$/day (including food, ferries, ice creams, and the rest)
-Falls: Marie = 2, Lucas = 1
-Flat tires: Marie = 0, Lucas = 5
Departure to the wide wild west is scheduled for the 27th of July.
Up at 6 today. Pulled over by 8:30 for being in the wrong lane. The cop was also a DOT officer and very chatty...he told us all about the foreclosed house he just bought...he also said Jp does a nice job with his log books. Detroit is boarded up, burned out, and run down. Huge buildings with no windows left...every other house abandoned.... Jp and Caleb delivered in a rather wealthy subdivision outside of the city. I laid on a furniture pad in the shade of the truck and read while Jp ...
... more than 50 turbines in the area and they were massive. Our best guess is in the range of 1-1.5 MW each. We now have oodles of pictures of wind turbines.
The park itself was beautiful. There is a beach that comes to a point and standing there means you are the most southern point of mainland Canada. There is also a hike along a wetland boardwalk that would be magical at dusk when all ...
When the plane lands in Detroit (where there's a snowstorm), the stewardess kindly asks all of us out. "Welcome to Detroit, blah blah, for connecting flights, blah blah, thank you for flying with us, blah blah". No word whatsoever about Sao Paulo, which is really great for a flight that was indicated as going to Sao Paulo.
So I get out, not without asking the lady what the hell's going on here ! She stays cool and says, very matter of factly : oh, it must be the ...
... Victor was upset and challenged the charge was of no
matter, and there would be no compromise.
In fact, they were shocked at his challenge. That is how it is done in Japan; accept the norm, ask no questions, make no
challenges. It was fascinating to have a
peek in to the culture, and I’m only convinced that there is so much more for
me to learn.
Thanks for coming
along with me.