Days Inn Albion
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... of our adventures. She'll turn 93 when we return and we can't wait to tell her all about our adventures!
Thank you to my parents for a delicious Tuscan dinner to get us ready for Italy. We are all looking forward to tasting the food in Italy....okay maybe not Emery so much. Max Hornak, Emery may follow in your footsteps and be ordering a lot of pizza!
As a friend said in his recent blog posts from Italy....
Ciao for now!
... will be the night.
The last day of school also means the end of an era for the Miller family. We have had a student at Horizon Elementary School since we moved to Holt. All three of our kids spent at least one year at the school and Sophie having spent all of her elementary years here. We have many wonderful memories including Fall Festivals, Mileage and Breakfast Clubs, many Camp Horizons, Math and Science ...
... Freshman! Two in high school? aaahhhhh!!
Thanks to Malissia Stone we had a celebratory dinner at Red Robin last night. The guys were in heaven with the burgers and bottomless fries! Pearson and Kirk watched "Captain America - The Winter Soldier" and Emery headed off to a end of year bonfire at a friend's house. A great start to what will hopefully be ...
... don't always have all the tamales on the menu, so they keep a running tally of the tamales they do have on a white board near the register.
It started raining lightly as we headed north out of Indianapolis and hasn't let up, but it's warm enough (72 degrees) that a sweater isn't really necessary. After crossing the border into Michigan, we turned onto Highway 12, which led us to our Motel. Highway 12 is picturesque, with tons of antique ...
... groundhogs to most of us in the US. It was actually quite interesting as they had over 7 colonies of Marmots, depicting different areas of the world and their Marmot population. Everything you ever wanted to know about Marmots was outlined there at the Expo. I checked out one of the colonies and a couple of them were quite curious of me, I am sure they thought I had food, but they were cute to look at from behind the fence. I made my way back down to the ...