Holiday Inn Express Kalamazoo
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... another hour through some beautiful countryside dotted with farms, only to be greeted by a traffic jam 7 kilometers (4 miles) from our destination of Grand Bend. After a 45 minute slow crawl, we were greeted by Colleen's cousin, Karen, and spent the evening catching up with she and her husband, Rob. We sat out in their lovely, private backyard and enjoyed a drink before ordering up dinner from a local eatery. It's good to land in one place for a few days.
... and there were a lot of laughs.Then to our very nice hotel (huge room, huge bed,really comfortable) where the whole group, now numbering about 10, were staying.So drinkies followed by dinner and more drinkies and comfortable and enjoyable and a nice mix of humorous regaling of past events amongst the men who were all 'fraternity brothers' at university. A tiny speech was given by Butchy Butchy 'Words ' Hansen in which he said that it was apparent ...
... We will have to clear the border, but that should be a straight forward process. Most likely you will see fewer postings over the next week, but once we are back in the explorer mode, the postings will become more regular. We will have no cell data in Canada so we'll be using wifi at public venues, relatives and friends. We hope to continue postings on the blog without too much interruption.
... If only the boarding had been the same. It was a debacle, and once on the train the conductors apologised for the disorganisation, it would appear that there is not much love lost between conductors and customer service staff. Never ind we got on ad got a seat. What more could you ask for! The train journey was really interesting. Once we got out of Chicago city, we hit the industrial zone. Steel mills are ugly, ugly ugly. Sorry no photos, but I was quite horrified at the ...
I am 1 finger typing, so this will be short.
Teri, Toni & I hit the road early Saturday morning ,headed for our 1st stop, Kalamazoo, Michigan. The drive through Wisconsin was beautiful, dispite the road construction. The leaves are changing and made for nice scenary.
We decided to take the 'longer' route to go around Chicago. Instead of driving on I94, we followed I-39. Definately a ...
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Had an error trying to take a shower because the water never got hot. I turned it the wrong way!
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