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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 ...
... made it to our cabin! We were so excited to walk in. The place was beautiful. The photos really don't do the place justice. Very nicely decorated with leather recliner couches and deeply cushioned lounge chairs on the deck. 5 bedrooms on 3 levels meant we had plenty of room to spread out. And they they were pet friendly and welcomed Dim Sum ($30 pet fee).Check out the video we made when we first entered the cabin.
... though-out of Days Inn, right, left onto Levan road then turn right four miles later and into Bicentennial park. The temperature has warmed up enough here to melt snow from paths and fields, but it is still there where it has been piled up or sat in shaded areas, and any grassy areas are soggy, tending to wet, as I found out, somehow managing not to sink ankle deep. As a result, the course is staying on the paths, making for a slightly odd route. From ...
... American War of Independence and Civil War exhibits that included the actual chair that Lincoln was assassinated in. We moved through the Heroes of the Sky, Adventures in Early Flight exhibit, time was really starting to get away from us. There was so much to see. Finally we had a quick walk through the Made in America Manufacturing exhibit, and finally a quick look at the Dymaxion House, which was a future house conceived in the 1920s. We had to go, ...
... but this area and the mall aired of elegance like Mazza Galleria and White Flint in their day. CLEARLY more "citified" (as Billy would say) than the relaxed, laid-back, sporty, casual, college town of Ann Arbor.
Ann looked great, I'd have recognized her anywhere! She seemed happy with a subtle elan and very content with her comfy suburban life. It was great to have the chance to re-connect.