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... breakfast. Eating out can become monotonous.
16 days living out of a suitcase sounds overwhelming. it doesn't have to be. We choose to live out of drawers in our car. No suitcases. I've started packing rubbermaid drawers with outfits for the everyone. I roll outfits together for easy grabbing. You don't need 16 days really. 8 days is doable with laundry possibilities. Each of us carries a backpack to take into the hotel. We just place clean clothes in the ...
... Black and silver silos adorned the white farmhouses and red barns and cows grazed in some of the fields on dairy farms. And where there were no farms, there was dense foliage like that found in New England…pine and spruce and maple in various shades of green broken by spears of white birch trunks, and all of this adorned by a hem of yellow buttercups and goldenrod growing along the roadside.
The road took us through the Algonquin Park, a huge plot ...
... to Des Moine in the morning and eat at the fair. We can either have lunch there or travel on to Davenport for a late lunch which is another 2 hours +. That's four hours knocked off. We can either drive and stop one more night or cruise the last 6 hours home and get home early. Isn't a State Fair a total Iowa thing to do. :)
The countdown is on. A couple more weeks. Can't wait.
... to look at Jon's former one-room school, now expanded and nicely maintained as a library with an additional building being a community hall. An old red painted hand pump remains but the grounds have been extended to include play equipment. I managed to get the reluctant lad to stand in from to of the school building for a cute pic! proceeding past the former old Mill we come to the house, set much closer to the little road than either of ...
... in my parents' home to pay respects to my father and to offer us comfort. These things are never forgotten.
Jonny and I set off again by car from Grand Rapids to drive 2.5 hrs to his hometown Romeo to visit his old high school buddy Gary Schocke and wife Marge and another friend Judy, wife of the the late Lee, also a university buddy. We stop in Almont for a leg stretch just a few miles before Romeo and are shocked to see the little town is ...