Whitewater Township Park
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We got going pretty much on time today and took advantage of a quick breakfast before leaving the hotel. Michigan snuck up on us, didn't realize we were so close. Saw some fun things along the way like Dutch Village. Did you know there was a Dutch themed amusement park?
We drove pretty much straight up the west coast of Michigan to Sleeping Bear dunes, enjoying the beautiful scenery the whole way. You can read ...
... the church, where you look out huge glass windows that looks straight toward the cross. This was just so beautiful. Leaving here, I traveled East to Lake Huron again for a campground. The campground looked right out on the Mackinaw Bridge. It was a wonderful evening to wait for the lights to come on. I finished my evening with the lights of the bridge, and wonderful calm blessed feeling, and my ticket to the Mackinac Island Ferry for the morning. ...
So tomorrow my adventure begins. I'm leaving at 7:30am January 12, 2015 Eastern Standard Time, and arriving at 5pm January 14, 2015 Auckland Time. I will never see the day January 13, 2015. How weird is that?! It's a long time to be traveling, but it will all be worth it when the wheels hit the tarmac in Auckland. There are so many lovely people to meet and so many incredible places to see!
I'm excited to WWOOF ...
... the uplifting spirit. Some of the stories I will not repeat.
It was a true celebration of his life. I was totally touched by the outpouring of love and friendship. I heard so many stories of how Bill touched so many lives. It is such a small world. I had not met or heard of many people that came to join the celebration. Yes, many were familiar close family and friends, coworkers, medical personnel, even his rehab doctor. Some traveled ...
... to SAG WAG Central. Amazing Maura was in Ellsworth within 10 minutes! We took the white, backup bike off the rack for the first rescue mission. I had named her, "The Old Gray Mare" and I hoped she would be, just like she used to be. MTC loaded Surly on the DL rack and drove 55 miles to Traverse City, a cutting edge mecca of 14,172 ...