A Victory Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up at 6 today. Pulled over by 8:30 for being in the wrong lane. The cop was also a DOT officer and very chatty...he told us all about the foreclosed house he just bought...he also said Jp does a nice job with his log books. Detroit is boarded up, burned out, and run down. Huge buildings with no windows left...every other house abandoned.... Jp and Caleb delivered in a rather wealthy subdivision outside of the city. I laid on a furniture pad in the shade of the truck and read while Jp ...
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Forging is quite a bit of fun, and like most things, more difficult than it appears to be, but Anna showed me how easy it is to make a simple forge, and with only that, a hammer, and an anvil, anybody could teach themselves eventually. Even so, I'd much rather learn from professionals than attempt such a task. Still, loads of fun, and I've grown a few more calluses from it besides.
... mile from the parking area, the trail will divide. Head down the path to the left and you’ll end up at the base of the bridge. For a cool view, stand directly under the 50 foot high arch and look toward the heavens — and take care not to strain your neck.But it’s the topside trail that provides the biggest treat. Follow it up a steep, natural rock staircase to a ...