Days Inn Albion
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We started our "Western Trip" this afternoon. Morning was cleaning the house and "closing" procedures for the winter. Uneventful but beautiful weather for "boondocking". Casino was not nice to me, so after dinner and walks with Maggie May, we went to bed anticipating a long drive the next ...
... from the exit of GM. After a short lunch, we drove on through the Michigan countryside where we viewed our first deer running across an open meadow, a beautiful sight. We also saw quite a few wild turkey by the side of the road. We reached the Canadian border at Port Huron where we were met with another downpour from the same storm. Our border wait took about five minutes and a pleasant agent welcomed us and we were free to enter. Welcome to Canada, eh!
As usual, we were up at the crack of our dawn (7:30), got ready for the day's travels and headed 100 feet to the Cracker Barrel for breakfast. Not really sure how it happened, but once again, we didn't start down the highway until 11 am. Good intentions.......
It was a busy travel day through cities, rather than countryside, as we rounded the tip of Lake Michigan. We had difficulty finding diesel ...
... to check out. Ursula, the owner was out on the terrace cleaning for the day. I got her attention and she came in to check me out. Ursula had been so very nice to me during my stay and she was just a real pleasure. As I was on my own, she seemed to take we under her wing and made sure my stay was good. As I was checking out, she had 5 of the 6 charge slips for my dinners, as I had charged the meals to the room. She looked everywhere but could not find last night's ...
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