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... to the 1600s. Finally I have met her in person.
We left Emmett this morning in the rain but by the time we hit Flint it had stopped. We first came across a model boat race going on at Kelly Lake in Burton Town, outskirts of Flint. I spied it from the I-69 and we sought it out. Great fun. We watched maybe a half dozen races, two or three different levels of boats. Boy, do they go fast. Denis learned ...
... see signs I was making progress:
I met up with Wayne Hatty, who I'd arranged to stay with as he had a good room in the Embassy Suites at Livonia, about 25 miles from the centre of town.
On Thursday we went to the Ford Museum and Greenfield Village together, which was well worth the entry fee. Just a couple of things we saw:
... side of the bridge was not too long a wait and a very smooth crossing. The search for a Walmart was not so smooth as Garmin took us to a Sam's Club -- no doubt they had built another Walmart and converted this one to a Sam's Club in the years we have had our Garmin which meant, in the end, we pretty much circled Port Huron but did eventually find one and stocked up, having reduced our fresh veggies and fruit to ...
... to a supermarket where the checkout chick gave us a discount because we were "visitors". Came back to Leigh's and my lovely niece Sarah had come over to see us. She's so good with the boys - they love her and jump all over her. Mather and the boys go back to California tomorrow. It's been so nice to see everyone - I'll miss them all. We drive to Washington DC on Thursday so we have one more day here in Michigan. I have a few photos from the 'hood - ...
... brings their own Bible and hymnal, and ladies from the choir gladly came to share theirs with us, and point out what we were singing. We all learned a little French as we attempted to sing along. One of the blessings of sitting in the front row (reserved for guests, good thing my parents raised us to sit front right, as this is where we were, I was very comfortable) is that people don't see your lips ...
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