Comfort Inn Birch Run
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up in Coldwater, IN. Breakfast at the Comfort Inn, it certainly wasn't Krzyiacks.
Busy day ahead, driving on to Linwood to buy supplies at Northwoods. We each bought a screened canopy and I purchased a great pair of binoculars (on the Forgot List!), new camping cups, Pelican case, and more. Tied the canopies on top of the camper. We …
... looking for, Bay City Recreation area. We went there and got a few better pictures of the lake, but I still liked Ontario better.
When we got back tot he hotel and checked anew went to the pool, the boys played pool. Later I made tacos in the room with my Nuwave cooktop. Then Ben went for a run and Robbie took a nap while I plotted the next day and posted pictures.
... 5pm Mass with their families. During Mass, Msgr. Vincke will give us a blessing for trip.
After months and months of planning and fundraising we are so ready to go forth and bring Christ's love to Cincinnati!
Please keep us in your prayers. We will be departing at 10:30am on Sunday morning and will return on July 18.
... right down. It was wonderful once again to catch up with this extended family. We also got lucky and Gary offered us a quart of Diana’s tomatoes to take on our trip.
We got back to the camper just in time to see the last rays of another beautiful sunset over the lake. Also saw a family fishing in the sunset. I told Peg that that was the way it ought to be with the woman paddling and the man fishing. For some reason she did not ...
6//23/15 Day two of trip. A much better start to today's trip. No slide out problems or other computer / GPS glitches. We travelled across OH and into MI ending at Owosso where our oldest daughter lives. The landscape has shifted from low rolling hills in OH to very flat terrain. That reminds me of our first trip to MI. Peg was looking at the map and asked what all the straight township lines were for, and where were the roads. ...