Oak Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On the way out of Michigan one of our first stops before lunch was the Millers Brewery tour, and it was good. A brief explanation into the inner workings of the delivery and storage of the beer before a talk through the under ground cave system the original German founder of the lager discovered and used.
After the tour we all had some free beer, I discovered Batch ...
... flooding. So, we've been lucky, the ****** weather was at night. We are heading to Minnesota tomorrow and wondering if we'll encounter any of the flooding they have been reporting to have there. Hopefully, not! Even South Dakota has been having crazy weather and we will be in SD on Tuesday evening. Hope everyone is doing well. I'm sure I'll have more pictures/more to report as we hit the road again tomorrow. Have a good week!! ...
... of reminds me of PA, but only bigger farms and more land. There are so many farms to see and just groves of beautiful pines. It also reminds me of the movie Bridges of Madison County......I see Clint Eastwood coming down the road in his old pick up truck.......Oh no, it's only Bruce. LOL. The campground is in the middle of farmland and just nestled in this quiet little town. The sites are spacious and private and we are at the top of ...
Day 2 - the morning starts with a quick dash around Wpg to gather Manitoba delicacies - garlic sausage, perogies, Wpg rye bread, wild rice - then back to the travel lodge to pack up for the move to the Frantz motel just outside of Steinbach. We head off. First stop - more paper work - insurance for both the truck and RV. Then it's out to Steinbach for RV lessons, prize selection at the Dodge dealer (Bruce ...
... he built Fort Saint Antoine.
In the spring of 1687 he was in the region of Detroit taking part in an expedition. A fire broke out at the Jesuit mission at Bais De Puants, and 40,000 livres worth of his furs were destroyed. Perrot was financially ruined. He returned to Montreal where in the spring of ...