Fairfield Inn Saginaw
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Joanne and l left Medina early this morning. We stopped at the best bakery I have ever gone to for our breakfast bakery. Then since I had a captive audience I drove by my old house. It was still standing. The rest of my old haunts look the same but the area has really changed. Can't stop progress I guess.
We got to Flint MI about ...
OK so off we go to Iceland. We're leaving hot and humid Michigan for the cool spring like weather of Iceland. Everything went great until we got our first message fifteen minutes before the first leg of our journey telling us our flight had been delayed out of Detroit. But don't worry Delta would take care of it.
So off we flew to Detroit. Once there we checked with two very helpful Delta employee's who told us not to worry even ...
... a canvas canopy to protect you from the sun and the rain, but for some reason they didn't put in any type of anti-mosquito devices. Oh, well, nothing is perfect.
Tomorrow we plan to hit the road and find some more antique stores along the way. We'll cross over into Ohio early in the morning and we plan to stop in Maumee, Ohio, which boasts one of the largest antique malls in the country. We'll see.
Yesterday I was staying at a hotel on Lake Michigan and today I drove 3 hours to Lake Huron in Bay City, MI. My seminar room tomorrow is overlooking the 9th hole on the golf course at Bay Valley Hotel. After a long drive I needed to relax so I sat in the sauna. It was great, I feel like butter ...
You know, we were hoping that when we left the upper peninsula area, the bugs would stay behind. But that was obviously foolish thinking! Gnats and mosquitoes have been a continual nuisance all along the way.
We left Houghton on Sunday and headed east across the peninsula to Marquette, then followed along the south edge of Lake Superior, then turned south and crossed over the peninsula to the north shore of ...