The Burnt Toast Inn
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Sorry I haven't posted in quite a while everyone. It's been a crazy, busy time! When Paul and I hired on with MRA we knew we'd be separated to work on different tours for a time during this training period. Well this has happened a few times so far. The first time we were separated was so I could begin working on the American Welding Society (AWS) tour. Very interesting tour! The goal of that endeavor is to introduce welding to ...
... of over 300 years of American history, everything from Airplanes, railroad cars, and even the bus the Rosa Parks was riding on when she was arrested in Alabama. On Tuesday we went to Greenfield Village which was a big surprise with so much American history. The village is full of things that Ford has accumulated and had moved to the village such as the home he was born ...
... professional as The Barking Dog. Anyway, just a tidbit of info. So, after we safely tucked Fox away at the Karnik Pet Lodge, in Ann Arbor, Mike and I took a walk around the University of Michigan Campus. The school is located right in the center of Ann Arbor. There are four distinct campuses; North Campus, South Campus, Central campus and the Medical Center. We stopped at the Central Campus, and ...
... could tell, they did a decent job of being where they were supposed to be. I also liked the fact that they were always playing when they were moving. They sounded really good, which is also notable since it would have been nearly impossible to read music with the lights that low. That means everybody had to pretty much memorize the music. I really enjoyed this one.
Here's the YouTube video of the show: ...
... This incredible store had nothing but flavored/infused vinegars and oils. HUNDREDS OF THEM! (Well 30-40 each anyway.) They invited you to sample each and every one... Most of them SOUNDED awful but were truly magnificent...my favorite was the Grapefruit vinegar.
Anyone who knows me knows I always like to know the history of things (history of words... of people... of ...