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Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... I knew I was getting close! OH and MI were the longest and hardest to get through. By the time I made it to Diamondale, MI, I was more than ready to get out of the car! I was greeted with big smiles, dogs and a hot dinner! It was definitely worth the stopover! The next day I headed to WI to see my oldest brother and his family. 6 hours in the car and a stretch through Chicago with MULTIPLE tolls that were confusing, especially with the GPS telling me to keep left ...
... your parents?"
"Oh no, Mom was raised Catholic, but the church ostracized her when she married Dad, who is an atheist. Dad didn't want religion to poison us, so Mom helped us sneak out the back door on Sundays, and gave us coins to put in the tray at the end of the service."
"So, are you Catholic or Protestant?"
"Neither; I believed in God in my youth, but over time, I doubted His existence."
... with Sam and he was teaching me how to do doughnuts.
Sue and I rode the jet skis down river while Sam and Mom followed in the boat. Mom started out driving the boat, but she soon turned that job back over to Sam. It was fun to ride with them along the river, and we soon stopped at a beach to play and relax a bit.
After awhile we headed back. My mom rode way ahead of us and I had ...
... about it reading my Christmas present 'Billy Connolly's Route 66 - of which there is also a TV series currently airing. Billy was impressed by Pontiac, and that was reason enough for me to see it.
First stop was the Pontiac Oakland Car Museum. Of course it would be here, as the first Pontiac car was built in Pontiac - wait for it - Michigan (???!) Regardless, there was some very impressive vehicles here, and photography was allowed! Outside (and the ...
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