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We left Oakville at 10:45. Stopped at duty free Mike did some happy shopping, bought himself some cigars, two watches, and cologne We had to wait 30 minutes on the bridge and cross the boarder. We got to Hampton Garden Inn right across from the ...
... friend and his Star Chapter. Our friends in OK are also Star members. See a pattern here? We are blessed!
What a joy to be back in our own bed again and begin to get back into somewhat of a routine. We are home safe & sound...so Ohio...let it snow!
Take care everyone...be safe, stay well and Happy Birthday travelin' buddy Jan!
Hugs to all,
Marcia & Richard
Aloha! Our bags are packed, the car is ready to be loaded and it looks like Old Man Winter is going to let us leave in the morning without any major issues. First stop, St. Clair, MO. We'll try to keep you updated as often as possible and as wifi allows!
Remember...please do not "Like" this on Facebook. Until next ...
... actually wants to do it with me! This is going to be the best experience and I can't wait to leave on Sunday! Kyle and I wanted to make this blog not only to please our parents but so that we can keep track of where we've been and write down highlights throughout the trip. Enjoy!
... star was the incredible athlete Jim Thorpe who had won the decathlon and pentathlon in the 1912 Olympics. In 1916 he became the coach and star player of the Canton Bulldogs and paid the princely sum of $500.
Apart from the historical section I of course enjoyed anything Cowboy related and detested anything Steeper related... heehee. All in all a great time even with the nasty one hour trip back in the pouring rain.