Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
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... of the church where David served for 39 years. We also attended the Fall convocation at ETS where David continues on as professor via On-line classes. We closed and moved the RV then traveled via car to Michigan. Seems strange to be in the car and back in Michigan but the cooler temperatures are very welcome after weeks of hot and muggy in Virginia.
From here we will return to Virginia for one last dinner with the Rose family before heading south. ...
Spent Wednesday night with my husband's aunt and uncle. Put up our big tent to refold it to better fit in its bag (in the very back). Bought a large insulated water jug which will supply us during the day and will take any extra ice cubes when we buy ice. Left Windsor early Thursday morning via the Ambassador Bridge. We had no trouble crossing the border. The bridge is used to high volume so has many lanes ...
... away from the maddening crowds. Now it was time to head to Jamestown for a light lumch at the famous Village Hearth Bakery. They had a small menu and we settled on splitting a veggie quiche (delvious pastry but with too many potatoes and not enough egg and cheese), a coconut macaroon (yummy with a hearty, chewy texture) and a homemade ice lemon tea (nice balance of sweet and sour). Craving more sweet pastries, we moved on to ...
... to get them to make another run!
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Will you take our photograph on the river? Our photographer will snap your photo as you come through the Lesser Wesser Class III rapids at the end of your trip. If you want to purchase prints, check with your guide.
We’ve upgraded our entire raft fleet with ...
... intuition most of the time. To my dismay, the snow fell for hours; blowing, raging & drifting until we were submerged...the mailman wouldn't come today, it is far too dangerous.
The next day I looked out the window and there was white as far as the eye could see, with a good 30 cm's of snow balancing carefully on the top of our mailbox. I thought, okay, this works! When that pile of snow disappears, I will know the ...