Extended Stay America - Detroit - Farmington Hills
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Day 8: The Long Drive Home
At this point we split with the Lys since we wanted to get an earlier start and they wanted to sleep in. When we said goodbye, they were just starting to get up and eat some breakfast.
It was now time for our 8 hour drive home. That sounded short to us seasoned travellers (A few short years ago, a 4 hour drive to Toronto was a LOOOONNNGG drive for us. We are finally ...
... sleep up to 12ppl in Robbinsville, North Carolina, overlooking the Smoky Mountains. All for a measly $90 a night!! (plus cleaning fee)
The cabin is close to the park - but the other side of the park. 20 mins to one entrance at Fontana Dam, 20 mins to the entrance at Deep Creek (tubing), about 45 mins to the other entrance at Oconoluftee. BUT took us 2.5 hrs to get from cabin to the Gatlinburg entrance. ...
... taken their
beloved neighborhoods and replaced them with meaningless sprawl. They commiserated with each other over having
shopped there at that abandoned building, or having gone dancing over there at
that derelict falling-down hall.
Sadness and loss was in their voices and a sense of angry powerlessness
was directed toward the church authorities who had closed their high school
without asking anyone.
... happy to see that we made it without any trouble. Thank God for maps/directions on the iPad to get us from the apartment to church to the motel and back again. The freeways have directions with names of cities that we do not have in our minds yet. We will have to have a quick geography lesson before going too far. The news yesterday carried reports of how freaked out LA was over the closure of the 405...I think they were mocking us!
... else and how. The farm was empty that night and it was only Tase and I so I joined him to watch some movies. While watching introduced himself to me and asked me if I wanted to go on a hike tomorrow in the mountains. Since this is what I was planning on doing, I agreed. However I was warned that it would be an intense hike and that if I didn’t think I could handle that I should not go. I told him that I would try my best and I thought that I would be able to handle it. So in ...