Brass Bell Inn and Suites
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... then switch to The Old Gray Mare to complete the 31 miles of bike trail to Midland, MI. I hoped that the upright posture on the white bike would lessen my night pain in the left arm.
I hopped on Surly as the sun rose and soon began feeling tons better as I warmed up. It was surprising to me that ...
... to pick up our refugee - Gaile Harrell and we shopped till we couldn't get any more into the shopping carts (3 of them). Look out Jodi, the stuff is on the way to your house. LOL. Bronners was everything I professed it to be. Joanne and Gaile were both way, way impressed and planning on coming back.
We watched the Bavarian ...
... flight didn't leave until the next evening. (Delta did provide snacks and they tasted mighty good while we pondered our fate.) Just as we were about to board our delayed JFK bound flight a fifth couple was added to our sorry group of Iceland wanna be travelers. Don't fear the agents in Detroit said they'll hold the plane now that there's ten!
So up and away we went not really believing we would wake up in Iceland because we all ...
... train world. They did have a nice hobby shop, though, and I was able to find some landscaping stuff that I haven't seen in the shops back home, so that was a good thing.
When we got back to Frankenmuth, we decided to stop by the local brewery and have a late lunch/early dinner. We sat out on their deck overlooking the river and enjoyed a beautiful day. About 15 minutes after we were there, ...
... US was. The customs officer was very friendly. Once back in the US. We stopped for lunch on the waterfront at Port Huron. Actually we had lunch at the Gratiot Light Station. After eating we took the guided tour of the station. We went into all the buildings and climbed the 94 steps to the top of the lighthouse. What a view! This is the oldest lighthouse in Michigan, built in 1829. Regretfully we had to get back on the ...