Fairfield Inn & Suites Watervliet St. Joseph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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So 5 days until the long drive out west, and I'm finally getting excited about it. Not that I wasn't before, it's just that now that it's almost here, the excitement level is rising. I'm at home for the last time for a while and then I'll head back to Taylor for a last few days of hanging with the guys from my wing (floor of my dorm) (now being referred to as 3C from now on). I'm pumped to watch the Super Bowl and hang all day Monday and Tuesday. We (Max, Ryan, and I) will ...
Carol and I are touring the upper Lower Peninsula and the UP (Upper Peninsula if you're not a Michigander). We will be camping in our camper at Sleeping Bear Dunes, St. Ignace (overlooking Big Mac), Tahquamenon Falls, Wells State Park and Door County in Wisconsin. The colors are beautiful although it's a bit chilly (mid 40s the last few days). We're so thankful to have a camper with ...
... putting it on Facebook because that can tell the whole world that we're not home whenever we send out a posting while actually travelling. So we'll just send out occasional news and pics whenever we feel like it. If you'd rather I not send you this info, just let me know, no problem.
We'll send some photos and comments in two weeks while we go on ...
Drove 120 miles in 2 hours.
After a fond farewell to Randi before she left for work, we hopped in the car for the quick drive to an area of Michigan known as the Gold Coast. Specifically a town right on Lake Michigan called South Haven.
We had a lot of administrative errands to tend to so got on with ...
Today was a fairly uneventful day except for one thing:
One of my blog readers, Charles, came to the show and brought me a pan of brownies as a condolence on the loss of my grandma. This unexpected treat brought tears to my eyes and a smile to my face. John and I enjoyed two large pieces of it later that night and reminisced about grandma. Thank you so much, ...