Days Inn Canton
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... everything, warts and all. The taxi ride with Richard, a retired Military Cop, was quite an eye opener. Richard took him to where he grew up, on the west side of Detroit. The previously thriving residential area was more or less a ghost town. Once quaint timber clad, front porched houses, were mainly burnt out shells or overgrown with vegetation. Occasionally two or three houses, seemingly huddled together, hang on and carry on living. On the ...
This is where it all began and will ultimately end. Our first leg had us rolling out in the late afternoon after family assembled to party for 2 days and then send us off on the third. We saw Renata's aunt, Vicki, whom brought us a photo album. Her mom and Arnie (her mom's boyfriend) helped with the final touches on the Burro and many ...
Home, 7 days, 1100 miles later we made it home. The new RV performed quite well averaging around 9 mpg with the generator running almost all the way (about what I had expected given our previous experience with the same engine).
We did have one glitch with it: The cover over the outside shower likes to pop open. Fortunately I noticed it both times it happened and closed it without any ...
... owner, George, is a friend of Britt's mom, so he knows "the crew" and took good care of us. He made a cocktail so tasty that I asked for the recipe, though his reply was that if he told me, he'd "have to ******* kill" me. All in all it was a great time.
More or less the time there after that blurs together. Twice a week volunteers would come over (including friends of the family), and those days were often ended with a big dinner.
... in following areas: http://www.redrockcountry.org/maps/big- map.shtml http://www.greatsedonahikes.com/hikemap new.pdf Pass covers: a several mile corridor along State Route 89A, beginning at Midgley Bridge and extending north to Bootlegger day use area in Oak Creek Canyon; and secondly, the State Route 179 corridor beginning at Bell Rock Vista & Pathway and extending ...