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Got up at the crack of dawn (Reno time) and explored downtown Battle Creek to find the home of Tony the Tiger. We didn't find his lair but we did find where he works, the Kellogg Institute for Food and Nutrition Research. We also found the factory where Cheerios are made, along with all the other Kellogg's products.
After that, we headed on down the road passing through Lansing and then Flint, which even from our highway view, confirmed that it is ...
... of course with names consisting of Greek letters such as Phi Kappa Tau. Many here in the US are not well informed about Australia so are interested to know a bit more, so enjoyed being shown a few photos of home and a bit of talk about our travels. Additionally of course there is the element of coming to terms with the years passing and the enjoyment, and a tinge perhaps of nostalgia, of thinking back to the past where some people's y my ...
... Really nice people showed us to the Old Dog Saloon when we couldn't find seating in Bell's Brewery. What we were seeing made me miss Patrick, my cousin. Does he know about the Gilmore car museum? Is it time to build him a barn for his cars? Here are some pictures for you to be with us on our journey. I took 386 and tried to delete some ...
... would initially be shocked by is the abhorrent way Chinese people drive. Now, it’s always been a well-kept stereotype that all Asians are bad drivers, come to China and they’ll prove it! In Beijing, there’s a new car being bought every 6 minutes (resources here) and it seems that most Beijingers have been driving for about that long. The traffic is so bad in Beijing and Shanghai, that even if you own a car, there are one to two ...