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Might as well start from the start. It has been awhile since I have tried to blog, so might take a bit to get into it.
We left for Mexico with Pete and Chris Devost, friends we know from Corunna whom we met at Paradise South in Mercedes Texas where we have spent the last 2 winters when. We seemed to get along well, so when John and Maureen called us last February in Mercedes and asked us if we would like to rent ...
... of lanes. Still 70 mph and 60 mph for trucks.
On the Mackinac Bridge, the speed limit for loaded trucks is 20 mph which meant we went fairly slowly at times as one lane was closed for maintenance in parts. Good for tourists who want to have a good look.
I am still getting used to the electrical system here. Switches are flipped up to turn them on (not down) and power points have no switches - just plug into the wall.
Maura and I woke up from a peaceful night's sleep in our Kozy Kabin just in time to witness a glorious sunrise reflecting in the KOA pond. As I gazed at the colorful interplay of red and pink clouds my spirit soared anticipating today's ride to Ontario, Canada. My route would travel an easy 45 miles from Capac to Marine ...
... mom would read the Jane Thayer book about Gus to my sisters and I. Sistas, do you remember Gus?
Afternoon skies clouded up as I bumped along shoulderless roads, dodging potholes and fearing for my safety as crazed drivers zoomed around Surly and I. I felt like the gangs of hooting revelers ...
... had its own character and challenges. Every day brought a new adventure. Every port was unique. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful. It was all good.
Meander performed well, the Captain didn't do any damage, the Admiral kept everything ship-shape, and the Sea Dog was a great companion. That's a successful cruise! We enjoyed every nautical mile and would do it ...