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... Not relaxing but very good. We went to a place called Westborn for lunch which is like a fruit shop that has a cafe in it. But instead of being served the food you go and pick it yourself. I had a tomato and veggie soup and Andy a chicken Caesar salad. Very delicious! Spent the afternoon at Henry Fords home called Fairlane and a mere 1300 acres then just drove around looking at the general area - it was raining again, but not too ...
Departed Niagara Falls after a leisurely breakfast in the hotel. It was raining so we thought it good weather for travelling. It was Thanksgiving in Canada so shops were closed - except for good old Walmart and it was a super centre so we decided to see what everyone was talking about. Didn't see any 'characters' as such, but everything seemed well priced. Continued on ...
Well after a quick trip to D.C with 9 8th graders I jumped in the car for two days and landed in Michigan. A short visit with Family and a tiger's game with Mom. Today is my last full day in the states. Tomorrow at 8:30am I will board a plane to LAX for a lay over ...
... and olive oil on the side. Having been raised in Dearborn Township, later named Dearborn Heights, I was very familiar with the cuisine and this was excellent.
On to the old neighborhood, driving past my childhood home on Whitefield, past St. Linus where I spent eight years being tortured by nuns, but unmolested by priests and down Beech Daly Road to Crestwood High School, proud home of the "Chargers". ...
I set off from Toronto just before seven this morning. It was dark, the car dew-covered, and the traffic flowing by. After about two hours I was starting to fall asleep and after seeing a sign saying 'Fatigue Can Kill' thought it might be time for a coffee. I found a diner near the town of Kitchener, just off the motorway. Fortunately their coffee was strong. They also sold homemade tarts – lemon curd ones and pecan toffee ones.
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