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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... door between us and the pilot. He occasionally looked back to check on his passengers. We could look out the front windows of the plane. We felt like back seat drivers! Our flight lasted 40 minutes.
We had to entertain ourselves for a 5 hour layover. We wandered around to check out the airport and have a late lunch. We were pleasantly ...
... truck. You could not believe the inside of it when we were done. The tote boxes, and cardboard boxes and luggage were stacked to the roof on the sides of the bed while there was a 1 foot hallway up the middle for Ford to jump up on the tailgate, walk up the path and then jump up to the bed Pete had made by laying a 21/2 foot piece of plywood across the bed top, so that Ford was looking in thru the sliding windows of ...
... and our excursion to Mackinaw Island is already a treasured memory. In stark contrast, I shudder remembering the worst day of my life. Fearing death from logging trucks on Highway 69 in the UP is forever branded in my soul. I ask the universe for guidance in unraveling life's lessons as I journey through the layers of my existence.
After Meandering for 83 days over two seasons, 2028 miles, through 158 locks , we've crossed our wake on our Great Meander on the Little Loop!
It has been a great trip and we would recommend it highly to anyone wanting to do their own meandering. Which part did we like best? It is hard to ...
... that I am officially addicted??) but they don’t have those in this part of Canada apparently so we got a Vanilla Chai one. It was OK, but not Chocolate Chip! Also, in honor of Betty C we went into Tim Horton’s and were forced to get a couple of pastries. Good grief! Betty is SO right. I suspect we would be better off never having darkened the door!
While at this stop we also purchased gasoline. It was going for $1.30/liter. John figures it ...