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... we looked at the markers.
These were only a few that I took.
Steve and Kim
Here's the ...
And we're off!
The past few days have been very hectic. After a lovely Thanksgiving with Jola's parents and Ben's mother and her husband, we suddenly found ourselves in the last week of classes, grading final papers, and packing up our apartment. Somehow, we thought it wise not to hire movers to load the storage pod. This strikes me as risking a very heavy penny-wise, pound-foolish scenario when we return to ...
As everyone we met from Oregon to Ohio told us to NOT stay in Detroit we made the hour long journey from our campsite in Perrysburg, OH to Comerica Park. With the car freshly serviced we arrived in Motor City to hopefully see the A's sweep the Tigers.
We parked in a relatively safe looking underground lot, hopped out of the car and to our delight noticed that plastic protective undercarriage thingy (my technical term for ...
... they could.
The Depression challenged all the parishes to make payments on mortgages, but they still made it work while also feeding and helping the unemployed. (Mary here. The speaker at St. Albertus said that the church helped so many during the Depression that it never really recovered financially to this day.)
As Detroit began to prosper and grew even more populated through the decades, so did the parishes. By the ...
... A bench
at the river would be my picnic spot, as I chowed down on seaweed flavored chips. The airport was not busy or crowded, and
there was no clothing removal at security.
As the plane slowly taxied away from the gate at Nagoya, the ground crew stood together, shoulder to
shoulder and waved goodbye to our 747.
The 12 hour flight was non-eventful save for the landing in Detroit.
Either it was the hardest landing I've experienced in ...