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... 20 hours of flight/airport time ahead of us today. We are now in Detroit with an uneventful flight. Mia and Hannah are climbing the walls with a 5 hour layover--we have ridden the elevated tram and figure we can ride it about 10 more times before ...
... good driver, I am a really bad passenger. I get anxious riding in the RV in bad weather, up or down steep hills or narrow winding roads, pretty much any road that's not a four lane highway.
But we made it through the storm and finally arrived in Petersburg, Michigan and pulled into the park and settled into another week of exploration.
Bye for now and stay well. ...
... tigers lurking above on either wall. The entire exterior of the stadium has gargoyle like tiger heads, with a glowing baseball in their mouths, high on the walls. The back wall of the stadium even looks like a tiger's cage you would see in a zoo. Once inside the tiger attack continues. Two tigers flank the "Tigers" shaped screen atop the scoreboard, kids (and a couple adults) walk around with tiger face paint and the kids' carousel doesn't have horses but ...
... I had sat in the back of a Suburban for 2 hours on the back roads of Brodhead, WI. I utilized 2 "airsickness bags" and kept my eyes closed until we landed. I managed to make it off the plane and found the first restroom I could. I kind of felt bad for those people waiting to use the restroom. I sounded like I was "calling dinosaurs" and I think when I walked out and looked like **** they just got out of my way. I must say had I felt better I would have ...
... so we toured through the early cars and scale models of ships section to the space area where the line was. I didn't know what Omnimax was and walking into the cinema was like walking into a fishbowl 5 storeys high. We walked up halfway to get a seat and it almost felt like you could tumble out and fall down to the bottom because how steep it was. The screen was massive and the Born to Be Wild movie played for almost an hour not just in front of us, but all around ...
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