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... and oh so yummy. Matt goes nuts over the teppanyaki. His favorite meal!)
It ended up taking us 12 hours to make the "short" 8 hour drive. So much for our plans to get home early!
So this is the final detailed budget tally. Turned out to be a pretty low-cost vacation - especially since we did many "bucket list" activities that are typically super expensive.
... made it to our cabin! We were so excited to walk in. The place was beautiful. The photos really don't do the place justice. Very nicely decorated with leather recliner couches and deeply cushioned lounge chairs on the deck. 5 bedrooms on 3 levels meant we had plenty of room to spread out. And they they were pet friendly and welcomed Dim Sum ($30 pet fee).Check out the video we made when we first entered the cabin.
... purchases we headed for the Malano Bakery for lunch. We all had sandwiches; what great bread they had. Since 1958 Milano Bakery has existed with significant name recognition. The bakery was originally located at Six Mile & Oakland in Detroit. As the business prospered through strong and consistent product distribution, the location was quickly outgrown, requiring, in 1981, the bakery's relocation to the Buchanan location, also in Detroit.
In 1995, it ...
... they were very involved with the church and community groups. William was a shopkeeper who owned the Beehive Grocery with his father, Lewis, before he became postmaster. Their son, Charlie, wrote poetry for the Northville Record in his later years. They lived at 132 West Dunlap.
7. John (1814 -1894) and Maria (1835 ...
The morning after the wedding we had breakfast with the family and then started the drive south. On our way home we stopped in Brighton to see or friend Laura and her family. We had not seen Laura and Pat in years and their kids ...