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... the country fairs. If one of these comes near you, be sure to take it in and marvel and the effort that these young folks take in bringing their crafts/animals for you to enjoy.
Steve and Kim
... pepperjack cheese. I also had salad and coleslaw, and an excellent garlic dill pickle. Lemon meringue pie finished off my meal. It was all delicious!
After dinner, Cindy and I washed some clothes and watched some TV, while Chris and Stephanie visited with her uncle and aunt. By 9 o'clock, we were all ready for an early bedtime. Tomorrow we press on to Charlevoix, and a week of no towing! Yeah!
... attempt to find - houses built by Frank Lloyd Wright and other modernist buildings.
We did so with some success but no time to relax and have a swim etc. at least I didn't have to dress in the car!!!
Coby's was a nice, traditional wedding with Gini's choir singing a turn and and a lovely service.
The reception at a pretty reception centre on a river. The ...
... China. Then I realized I shouldn't be discouraged because maybe I was just weaker. I was right...the "much heavier" bag was actually 3 pounds under weight. That was a sign.
I went to the gym Monday to assess the damage. Warming up on the treadmill resulted in a neck cramp...not off to a good start. Also gravity seemed to have gotten stronger here in the States while I've been gone...or the metal in the dumbbells ...
... 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!