Fairfield Inn Port Huron
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... 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 ...
... had its own character and challenges. Every day brought a new adventure. Every port was unique. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful. It was all good.
Meander performed well, the Captain didn't do any damage, the Admiral kept everything ship-shape, and the Sea Dog was a great companion. That's a successful cruise! We enjoyed every nautical mile and would do it ...
... met up again with Ol' Lonely at Algonac and cruised together as far as St. Clair where they stopped for the day.
We continued to Port Huron, stopped for dinner at the Zebra and were welcomed home by Diane, and Wendy and Larry. We then went through one last bridge to tie up at Diane's condo at Dockside.
After a full day yesterday cleaning Meander and packing up, we took a meandering route home through some back roads of upstate New York to do some leaf looking. It was a beautiful day for a road trip.
Our first thoughts on being home are:
- How big it is.
- A shower with unlimited hot water.
- A recliner. ...
... told Jameson I found the constellation Draco, which looks like a snake and his response was "it's not like a snake...it is a snake. Why do you think Draco was in Slytherin?" Oh, the gaps in my knowledge.
Trying to potty train Cocoa to go on a "potty patch" for when we are stuck on a boat was a miserable failure. I imagine she was thinking, "Fools, like I wouldn't realize that's not real grass." So we purchased a spray that hopefully helps ...