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We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
12 rivers crossed
1 National Monument
1 lost wallet
1 found wallet
2 Chuckwagon dinners
2 Cowboy shows
5 horses (riding)
1 mophie that saved the day
40 postcards (sent to themselves and others)
Trip: Approximately $6,000.00
... do work at a coffee shop near the university instead of literally anywhere else, so after driving around lost and confused, like most of my city driving had been over the last two days, I parked and coffee'd in one of the busiest parts of town. After checking my emails and such, I hit the road again to Manchester, a township about 20-30 minutes south and west of Ann Arbor.
The Hand Sown Farm (www.handsownfarm.com) is on about two acres of land and contains ...
... It was an amazing first day of work and we are all very excited to sit in the front row tomorrow at church and participate in the John Wesley convenient service and communion. Thank you all for your continued support and prayers. This journey continues to open all of our eyes to something we have never experienced before. I wish there was a way to share 100%25 of our experiences but thank you for taking the time to walk along side us! It means a ...
... of workers.
I will say that I’ve
never felt safer anywhere I’ve ever traveled.
I’m certain that if I left a camera outside on the steps of the hotel,
the camera would be there at the end of the day. Yet, there is no questioning of authority, or
challenges to business as usual. JCMU
issued my son a charge of $70 to fix a bicycle tire, and would not release his
grades until the charge was satisfied.