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... The area is beautiful and the New England style cottages are really something. Some of these cottages have been owned by the same families for generations. We met a lady out walking who said her cottage had been handed down to her recently and she was the sixth in the family of owners. The most interesting information she told us was that all the owners have to leave by October 31 and the Bay View Association turns off the ...
... then switch to The Old Gray Mare to complete the 31 miles of bike trail to Midland, MI. I hoped that the upright posture on the white bike would lessen my night pain in the left arm.
I hopped on Surly as the sun rose and soon began feeling tons better as I warmed up. It was surprising to me that ...
... our flight...eeek. But we got to go through fast security "TSA Pre-check" (old school!) and no problem getting on - except we didnt get a chance to pick up any food so our last meal was pretty piece meal (Note to Delta - you make more money if you have enough food to sell on your flights!) No worries!
Home on time to a sleeping Andrew and Sashi the cat :- ) And bonus, no ...
Right now I am just at home packing and getting ready to leave for my trip. i am posting this so that everyone can look and see what this blog is like and get used to where my posts and things will be. I will post things on here probably every couple of days if not everyday but I am not even sure ...
... carries donuts, cookies, breads, and other pastries as well as a variety of breakfast and lunch dishes. Everything is made on the premises and our lunch was delicious. With renewed energy from lunch, we headed out to Yoder’s farm. (Mary here: I especially liked the concept of the maple donuts with bacon on the top. J)
Yoder is one of the most common Amish names, and the Amish staffed many of the 500 booths. We did not have ...