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Travel Blogs from Tecumseh
... and what we should leave behind?
Collectively we have packed:
2 travel guides
1 translation guide
2 books for fun
a couple magazines
2 empty water bottles
2 long sleeve shirts
3 convertible pants
2 button downs
8 pairs undies
4 pairs of ...
... e lose to 8 hours of work to complete, A ton of Amazon purchases to both receive and return, a borrowed camera to learn, taxes to pay, a doctors appointment for a Cortisone shot in my bursitis laden hip , food to eat and maybe some sleep.... But as we all know this is par for the course for me!
The real question will be:Who can guess what the first Item I will have forgotten will be?More tomorrow as the sojourn truly begins!
... where on the last sunday of each month the farm provides a free breakfast to anyone who shows up (usually CSA members, family, and friends). Guests are also invited to donate to the farm in exchange for the breakfast, which also consists of all-local food.
First things first.
Saturday around noon I drove from Feral Foods to Hand Sown so I could help with the setup. A local pig had been bought and slaughtered and was in a hand-made roasting ...
After waking up and getting ready my third day of driving, I put the pedal to the metal and high-tailed my way to Ann Arbor. It turns out I arrived in the height of construction season, because traffic had to be directed to the nearby township of Saline (pronounced se-leen) before it could enter Ann Arbor proper. Now, it may be due to no mountains on which to orient myself, but navigating around Ann Arbor was a real chore. For some reason I thought it would be a good ...
... asked how many more and the fellow said 15, every 3 miles... then he said no, I'm the last... that's why people are happy to see me. Well, that would be true if Chicago is your destination. We carried on eastward and paid a bridge toll of $4 to cross the Chicago Skywalk Bridge and then we hit Indiana. I-90 then gets called Indiana Toll Road and you pick up a ticket at the first station and pay when you exit. The fee for us as we travelled it ...