Days Inn Alma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and I welcomed the smooth ride on the rail trail. The bike path took us through progressively larger towns as we traveled toward Midland, a city of 32,222 and the home of the DOW Chemical Corporation. The skies were dark all day and several rain bursts kept me changing in and out of the rain gear. Once in ...
... have horrible records when flights our delayed. But once again Delta surprised us, indeed they did hold the plane. So after a frantic whirl through the JFK from terminal 2 to 4 or maybe it was 4 to 2 we reached our departure gate. The other eight Iceland bound people boarded the plane quickly however, for some reason my travel companion and I were not checked in and the flight was full. Now this is not a good thing to tell two ...
... them ask us if we would take a cab to Detroit to catch our flight in exchange for $400 in travel credit each. Why not? (Especially since I've been there as an airline employee!)
Well, there were a few moments on the drive when I had a couple reasons why not - detours, sunday afternoon traffic, an accident, some almost fender benders including us...and not arriving until 50 ...
... He was in town as he often is working with Dow and took his mom and me to his regular spot at the Holiday Inn. This time it was a Turkey Rueben (what is with these Ruebens!!) and of course house made chips :- ) Mom, Jan and the Hignites had an afternoon bridge game (apparently the Hignites won, but no one seems to know for sure, but for the record it was Beth and Glenn!) I spent the afternoon at Margaret Klumb's hogging ...
... to see all of the booths but you could probably find almost anything you wanted to buy there. There were new items for sale as well as things made by hand, old tools and furniture, books, dishes, and all kinds of knickknacks.
I think Mary and I found the quilt auction the most interesting part of the day. Amish women from all over the area submitted quilt tops, wall hangings, place mats and runners, as well as crocheted items and rag ...