Comfort Inn Farmington Hills
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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 ...
We ended up forgetting a few things that were noticed at the Sam's Club we were stocking up at, so we had another departure around 6 pm est. We drove until early evening, stopping often at Cracker Barrel (wasn't open) and White Castle. As we got sleepy, we then stopped near Indianapolis at a Flying j to sleep among the semi ...
... Linen/Bathroom. That way we could focus on clearing stuff by putting it away.
It was the hottest day this week. There were severe heat warnings, so Kathleen and I got 26 bottles of water ready and chilling in the refrigerator. We also got sandwiches for our crew. Everyone toted, pushed, pulled, or noted the number of our 300 items. There were six of us working non-stop from about 8:30 to 2:30. At the end, ...
... with us in the car and Haley would probably like to not have to travel for a couple of days.
This morning she (Haley) had had a melt down and hid under the beds in Iowa. I say beds because we would lift one bed to catch her and she would go under the other. Kathleen and I were tossing the mattresses all over the place for our early morning exercise to try to catch the cat, who had HAD IT! Finally, she froze and I could get her into the carrier ...
... next couple of nights.
I eventually made it to the farm just as the sun was setting, and was most grateful to be here, after the struggles of finding the buses throughout the day. I was greeted by the barking dogs and was shown to my room, where I got to sleep alone in the dorm for the first night. The owner of the farm is a guy named Steve, who is infamous around these parts for his amazing skills of endurance. He was champion of many long distant races such as running ...