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... remembered. I'm glad I came, and I promised Kimmie that it wouldn't be another 35 years before I made another trip back.
Tomorrow's a driving day, from here to Marshall, MI, home of Camp Turkeyville, the next stop on our tour. The next day takes us to Charlevoix, MI, for a week visiting Chris' family, and including the Charlevoix Venetian Festival. It's a long day behind the wheel, so it's definitely time for bed.
... grew up. I also get the chance to see my uncle, Bill, who I also haven't seen since 1980. A visit to my grandparents' graves is also on the agenda. My grandfather, Red, died when I was very young, and I don't remember him, but my Grandma Arlene was a constant presence when I was growing up. I didn't get to attend her funereal, so this is my chance to pay my respects to both of them.
That's all for today.
Next morning I was out of New York state and into Pennsylvania within the hour. I stopped at North East - and that really is the name of the town - to pick up a road map and turned south towards Meadville, but before I left town I came across a Welch’s sign. I shouldn’t have been surprised as I’d passed dozens of vineyards along the way. Apparently it’s their biggest plant; I ...
... jackets and glove liners. The temps only reached 11 or 12 the whole day. I thought it was supposed to be warmer in the states? It was a good day though. The only hitch was I lost my cover to the fuse box while we were going through a small town. I sent George back to get it, which he did after several cars ran over it. George had to duct tape the part back on the bike. Yes, George had duct tape with him. You would not believe how much stuff we have with us. ...
... we played on their 18 hole mini-golf course (a travesty, really, and they charged us for it! In terrible condition, but it was still something to do, without having to disconnect the car and go somewhere.
Tomorrow, only 3 hours, and we'll be at our old Ohio stomping grounds, Cedarlane, RV Park!