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... of the church where David served for 39 years. We also attended the Fall convocation at ETS where David continues on as professor via On-line classes. We closed and moved the RV then traveled via car to Michigan. Seems strange to be in the car and back in Michigan but the cooler temperatures are very welcome after weeks of hot and muggy in Virginia.
From here we will return to Virginia for one last dinner with the Rose family before heading south. ...
... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
... It was yummy and perfectly suited to this laid back lobster shack on the beach. We were silly enough to park on the street metres and only had 20 mins. We talked about feeding the meter but decided to press on to the much larger and quiete Second Beach. It turned out to be exactly what I ordered, an endless stretch of beach for me to walk along. Despite our best efforts , we didnt even make it to the end of the beach and were wiped after our 2 ...
... Guided: You have three options: A guide in the raft; Guide Asissted; or non- guided.
Trip Length: 8 miles – Total trip time about three and a half hours with about 2 hours on the river.
Adventure Level: Mild to moderate – ideal for the first timer and fun for the more experienced as well.
Included in Price: All necessary equipment, transportation to and from ...
... Next door, you'll find its sibling, the Real Italian Pizza Co, which, with its wood-fired oven and thin crusts, is bringing proper pizza to Bath (£6.95 - £9.95). This creperia and gelateria, meanwhile, concentrates on the sweet stuff. The honeycomb pieces were rather humdrum, but, otherwise, an intensely fresh and creamy vanilla cone is testament to the Italians' fastidiousness over food. All ...