Hilton Garden Inn Detroit-Southfield
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... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
... we looked at the markers.
These were only a few that I took.
Steve and Kim
Here's the ...
... and looked for eggs (there are always a few each day), fed the goats some hay, and refilled the water containers that all of the animals drink from. Pretty easy work. Then it was just weeding all day. All day long. Fun fun weeding. But to my surprise the Keenes didn't return in the early afternoon, or the mid-afternoon, or even the late afternoon. It wasn't until about 10 at night that the dogs started barking and I retired to give ...
... 9.30. We were just sitting there eating and I had some beers. The bus was late, a bit mor than half an hour. But I fell asleep pretty quick. And when we got back we walked back to the hotel and I went straight to bed. She actually were staying at the same hotel. So tired now and I wanna sleep. Could probably have written more about this day. But it was great, snowy and very cold and maybe something I will never experience again. Good night. Flying to Toronto tomorrow. ...
... this, the streets felt extremely claustrophobic. Along each block, there were maybe 4-6 homes that appeared to be inhabited. The rest were abandoned and in complete disrepair or burned. Even some of the houses that appeared to be lived in were in various states of disrepair, although one or two were well maintained with beautiful yards that stood out like a sore thumb. One house had been completely repaired with salvaged wood and was artistically beautiful in a neighborhood ...