Hyatt Place Detroit/Utica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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RV summer camp is over. We have mixed feelings.We made new friends among the camp hosts and staff. Being with the two grandchildren spoiled us rotten and we adored every minute.The commuting to rendezvous with their parents each day became old. Being camp hosts was far more physical work than we ever anticipated and a bit much in addition to spending our days with our two fun and very active grandchildren. We did more biking and playing card games than we have ...
Spent Wednesday night with my husband's aunt and uncle. Put up our big tent to refold it to better fit in its bag (in the very back). Bought a large insulated water jug which will supply us during the day and will take any extra ice cubes when we buy ice. Left Windsor early Thursday morning via the Ambassador Bridge. We had no trouble crossing the border. The bridge is used to high volume so has many lanes ...
... Valley State University. After giving teaching another chance at Memphis, MI high school, Bobbie switched to the private sector working for 9 years at Executive Business Systems in Flint and the last 21 years at Fiserv in Troy, MI.
We met through Terry's college roommates, who were in the in the Michigan Marching Band with Bobbie. We were married in East Detroit in July 1980 and settled in Clarkston, MI ...
... as he recalled. It looks like quite a pretty city in the downtown area with a river running through it and a little weir/falls under one bridge but also was pretty empty. Now, of course it is Sunday but still. It has a large university but then as we drove out on one road we hit a part of town in which many buildings were in rough shape and many obviously unoccupied and boarded up. A large church was for sale ...
... to Toronto now. Our Ford nation was still only in warm up mode that weekend. We ask about the meaning of the quote in the window. Nobody seems to know. My english teacher mother would be disappointed in my lack of awareness. It is attributed to F. Scott Fitzgerald:
“I said, SMALL town…he must know what a small town is…well, he’s no use to us if Detroit is his idea of a small town…”
We drop the questioning and forget about it.