Hampton Inn Detroit/Auburn Hills-North (Great Lakes Crossing Area)
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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 ...
July 12-20, 2014
This summer, the Ly and Jun families decided to combine forces to spend a week in a cabin in the mountains. We had wanted to rent a cabin together for some time but it was pretty expensive to rent a place in Ontario. Then I stumbled across rentals in the Smokies and was shocked to discover just how inexpensive it was there!
I ended up finding an incredible cabin that was beautiful ...
... property no longer exist but the 2 pine trees he planted along the road frontage are huge and stand side by side with other large trees. the grounds are beautifully maintained with lots of trees dotted throughout the well kept lawns. The old timber house is still lovely and is now surrounded by a handsome black wrought iron fence. Funny and enjoyable evening sitting around till late with Gary and Margie, the men getting funnier and ...
... walked towards Michigan Stadium, also called the Big House. Stopped at Starbucks to get coffee and a scone. It was snowing pretty bad. We walked straight to fan zone, they opened at nine. I did some more shooting, but this time it was accuracy on time. But the sticks were really bad and heavy, not as fun as the slap shots in Detroit. We walked around for a bit, then we went in to the stadium. I was already really cold, I got myself a hot chocolate spiked with ...
... local clown setting up a booth and she was giving us pretty dark looks and complaining fairly loudly about there being another clown there, so we took the hint and left. It was the end of the day anyway and no one was at the market yet.
Despite the aggressive local clown, the day was really nice and set up the way we like: we accomplished a lot, many more people knew the circus was coming, but we didn't overdo it to the point of exhaustion.