Hilton Garden Inn Detroit-Southfield
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... Flat rides
Pipe Scream, Lake Erie Eagles
8:00 Dinner at Ryan's
Skeleton Crew - Celebration Plaza ((outside Iron Dragon)
3:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:30pm
Halloween Hullabaloo - Good Time Theatre
1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm
... other exhibits. First of all we saw the Presidential limousines which included the limo in which Kennedy was assassinated in, in 1963. The Driving America section had vehicles from the earliest gas powered Quadricycle which gave way to the famous Model T Ford in the early 1900s. The Model T was the most popular car ever made. Henry Ford produced the car and sold it for $500 to make it affordable to the population. He built it with springs that went across the cars ...
... for what it really is can be quite the ball and chain. I was not happy here anymore. I had been working with Ashley, a vibrant blonde eighteen year old for about a month when she told me that she was going to work out at Yellowstone National Park with her boyfriend. Instantly i became envious of her sense of willingness. I already respected her for being a sweetheart, but now i felt this awe for her because she was doing something i could only dream of. Dropping your ...
... It only took a few hours to complete. I named my penguin Peggy.
It rained pretty hard today as we were returning from our craft shopping. Some cars coming home from work on a freeway sent through a water puddle and stalled. Fortunately we didn’t have any problems other than getting soaked running from the car into the house.
God bless all my blog readers and all the folks who were out in the rain ...
... we could only manage about three quarter's of the exhibits before we ran out of energy and time.
Overloaded with facts, images and minutiae, we headed back to Northville provisioned with Thai takeout food for a restful evening at my niece's in preparation for the trip "up north" the next day.