Baymont Inn & Suites and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Joe, Butch, Jane and I finished loading up Sparkie and headed off to make the 11:00am bridge in South Haven. A little chilly but mostly gorgeous day. The ride up the channel was smooth. No boats, no traffic. Peaceful! The less than hour drive to Saugatuck ...
... maintained, and when the trees grow bigger, will be beautiful.
We had a horrendous thunder storm last night that flooded Chicago before hitting us. Safety manuals say Stay Away from Metal Objects during severe thunderstorms. Might be a good idea, but not when you live in a metal object. We were surprised to see ...
... today's weather wasn't so great either and today everyone went bowling. Dad and Erin got to South Haven at 5 a.m. after driving all the way through from Orlando. I'm impressed. So they had a good day with the crew from what I can tell. Brady and Trisha had to leave today. But now we've almost got the gang back together. Now that we are all here, it is much louder (if that's even possible). Evan, Daniel, Connor, Erin, and I all walked around ...
... you told me you weren't getting home until Saturday!" And this is still true. I guess? Mom is working tomorrow for some reason, and so Connor decided to come back with her and go to captain's practice for soccer. I came along because I have a yearbook to finish and need to get everything done tomorrow, as I will soon be gone for a month and cannot just leave my things for other people to finish! So, after an uneventful drive ...
... that he, again, "hated soccer," although he was the one cheering the loudest the whole time), we sang happy birthday to our "elderly," as Shane called her, grandmother. After the game, dinner, some of the younger ones decorating their shirts as we do yearly, and eating birthday cake, the Dunns headed home and we all hung out on the porch and just talked and laughed a lot. Apparently, I am Daniel and Evan's "best audience" but ...