Days Inn Toledo
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We were up at 6:30a.m. and left the hotel before 8:00a.m. We made it to Toledo by 5:00. We were in our driveway before 6:00p.m. after a trip to the grocery store. All animals are alive, well, and happy to see us! Now the fun part of cleaning out the car:(
Yes, we would leave tomorrow and do it all over again if we could! There were a few meltdowns along the way, but the laughter and experiences far exceeded the not-so-fun times.
We got packed and pulled away from the home compound at 8:35 a.m. We were only 35 minutes behind schedule!! We headed to Detroit to take the Ambassador Bridge to cross into Windsor, Ontario.
The traffic was relatively light and the Customs & Immigration was the smoothest EVER!!
More about that traffic a bit later.
Instead of Tim Horton's . . . it was Mickey D's . . . for a little nourishment to get us to the 401! Later, ...
... around, field after field of corn, looking for a farm stand to get a few ears of fresh sweet corn. Finally, after some effort, we found one. Fresh local corn, yum. Well, not so much. This corn came from Georgia. Oh well, it was still good.
Another interesting bit of information. We went to the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History in Ann Arbor and saw some ...
... her cigarette and took our order. The food was good and we had some laughs. We wanted to kill some more time so that Rob could sleep (we did buy him a sandwich and coffee, don't worry) and then we asked if there was an ice cream place around within walking distance. The younger waitress told us about Tastee Freeze up the road a bit turning off the main drag (which consisted of almost every storefront empty or a for sale sign ...
... skies and huge cotton ball clouds.
So different from Dundee, Ohio, with it's rolling hills and fields tucked between Amish farms and little villages, Petersburg, population 1146, has very little to offer (no offense, Petersburg) and the RV park where we are staying, is not ...