Courtyard Detroit Utica
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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. ...
... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
... up in Michigan. We also lost another hour, changing to the eastern time zone. On our way into town we stopped at a local gun shop to drop off our guns for safe keeping since we can't take them into Canada. After some last minute rearranging, packing and housekeeping we are heading to bed early so that we can head off to Canada in the morning.
Soon the festivities begin...good night all...
... to the 1600s. Finally I have met her in person.
We left Emmett this morning in the rain but by the time we hit Flint it had stopped. We first came across a model boat race going on at Kelly Lake in Burton Town, outskirts of Flint. I spied it from the I-69 and we sought it out. Great fun. We watched maybe a half dozen races, two or three different levels of boats. Boy, do they go fast. Denis learned ...
... Hundreds of cars and a few people rushing in a few minutes late to grab their seats.
After Brightmoor we cruised 7 & 8 mile. Stopping at a MacDonalds on 8 Mile road for a cookie and smoothie snack. The MacDonald’s is new having opened less than 2 weeks prior. It proudly displays a nice letter from the Mayor. A new MacDonalds, a sure sign of Amercan rejuvenation? We then stumble upon the Ford House and take the tour.
As an engineer I’m hardly a ...