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Travel Blogs from Ann Arbor
... in the deep, unplowed snow! Much to our amazement, we only encountered one vehicle coming towards us, near the entrance to our subdivision. They backed out to Berry Rd, allowed us through and we were officially on the road, no longer snowbound, but rather southbound! This is our first trip with the cat, Checkers. He is quite content, napping beneath the couch. He slept with me last night, near ...
... were stuffed, but beautiful non the less. Birds are flighty, no pun intended, and you rarely get to see them up close. There are some incredibly beautiful birds, but I am partial to the snowy owl and the bald eagle. Both are majestic birds. I apologize that there are no pictures. For some reason I can't upload through the blog, but I will upload them onto my Facebook page. Bye he for now and stay ...
... to the game. I did this partially because I got the tickets from a Notre Dame fan, partially because I don't have a Michigan shirt, and partially because I wanted to see how the Michigan fans would treat the Notre Dame fans. I was pleasantly surprised. The only real issue I had was a single "F*** Notre Dame" directed my way at the tailgate, but the guy who said it was somewhat apologetic afterwards and lamely said ...
... and the wonderful next door neighbor Addie "hang out" together and have a seemingly a perfect, fortunate friendship.
One more connection we made while we were there was prompted by another old friend in Kensington. While reading this blog and Facebook updates from Michigan, Jimmy Lawson tells us his sister Elaine (who ALSO went to Holy Child with Nancy, Margot and I) lives in ...
... caramel macchiato they offered. It was just what I needed. Although I was planning on writing while I was there, I realized that I had left my laptop at the hotel, so in turn; I got to mingle with the locals. I met some very nice people who told me about the area and what there is to do here. We also swapped some hilarious stories from our lives. It was a really great time.
Other places to stay in Ann Arbor
275 Harbor Way, Ann Arbor | Condofrom $80
Parioli/Pinciano, Ann Arbor | 2 star condofrom $74
3265 Boardwalk Dr, Ann Arbor | 3 star condofrom $95