Holiday Inn Express & Suites Saginaw
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... by Wally Bronner in 1945 and is still run by the same family. There was a section with a museum of sorts about the founder.
In 1992 a replica of the original Silent Night Chapel of Oberndorf, Austria was built on the grounds near the store. The city government and the Visitors Bureau of Oberndorf granted the Bronner family permission to simulate the original. On the chapel grounds there are plaques with the ...
... I was delighted that the rural terrain was pancake flat and hoped the horizontal surface would lessen the impact of tingling numbness in my left arm.
When I entered Bay City, I came across the first 7-11 of the bike trip, so I went in for a 79 cent Big Gulp and chatted with the clerk. She sneaked me in ...
... much weight through my left arm was taking its toll.
This morning I woke up exhausted and dreaded getting out of the cocoon of sleeping bag warmth to face the dark, frigid new day. I quickly layered up in my warmest bike gear and stumbled over to the pit toilet. The frost on the rocky ground glistened ...
... I could tell you the experience was great but almost as quickly as we were in the air I was asleep. What I can tell you is Delta has wonderful cereal for breakfast in business class.
So thank you Delta for getting us safely to Iceland on time and on the day we thought we would be arriving. Tonight I am exhausted so I'll start the real blog tomorrow when we get our car and begin the Ring Road!
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Jeff and I want to wish you all a Happy 4th of July! We haven't been doing much except for spending time with family. Monday we watched our grandson, Brennan, play baseball - a double header. Temps were on the cool side so Jeff and I were in jeans and long sleeved shirts, and carrying jackets. Everyone laughed at us for being wusses, but as the evening wore on and the wind picked up, they were ...