Baymont Inn and Suites - Kalamazoo
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... another hour through some beautiful countryside dotted with farms, only to be greeted by a traffic jam 7 kilometers (4 miles) from our destination of Grand Bend. After a 45 minute slow crawl, we were greeted by Colleen's cousin, Karen, and spent the evening catching up with she and her husband, Rob. We sat out in their lovely, private backyard and enjoyed a drink before ordering up dinner from a local eatery. It's good to land in one place for a few days.
Kalamazoo ReunionKalamazoo is the home of Univ. of Western Michigan where Jon did his undergraduate studies before moving south to Univ of Louisville, Kentucky in 1967 to study Law. He has maintained a little contact with a couple of people from that era and over more recent years a few more. So a couple of the guys, on hearing of his visit to the USA, touchingly arranged a little reunionSo, well armed with Google maps and car of Dave and Judy we ...
... We will have to clear the border, but that should be a straight forward process. Most likely you will see fewer postings over the next week, but once we are back in the explorer mode, the postings will become more regular. We will have no cell data in Canada so we'll be using wifi at public venues, relatives and friends. We hope to continue postings on the blog without too much interruption.
... 36 that went to Rte. 23N to I75N. No wonder there was an additional 2 hours added on to the trip! Not really wanting to drive any longer than we had to, we opted to go with the truck GPS. All in all, not a bad trip. I just didn't expect to ever intentionally go to Michigan.
We did utter disparaging comments as we went by ...
... to get ice cream. We goofed off in our special way, and Daniel now makes me laugh more than ever. After Evan flirted with the girl at the ice cream counter, we headed down to the beach to finish out ice cream. The fog was extremely eerie and covered everything. It didn't even look like a beach. You couldn't see the lighthouse and from 20 yards away couldn't even see the water. It was insane, but cool. It turned my hair curly and I looked like ...
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