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... as he recalled. It looks like quite a pretty city in the downtown area with a river running through it and a little weir/falls under one bridge but also was pretty empty. Now, of course it is Sunday but still. It has a large university but then as we drove out on one road we hit a part of town in which many buildings were in rough shape and many obviously unoccupied and boarded up. A large church was for sale ...
... drawn busses and the train. The high light might be the 1857 rules baseball game or the 1850 dinner at the Eagle Tavern. On second thought, I really enjoyed the fact that this was nothing like what Mary had expected.
Greg is right. We really had just begun to see the Henry Ford Museum. The museum was NOTHING like I had expected it to be. What I expected was to see lots of Ford made cars and nothing ...
Day 52 (June 7) -- Another not too long driving day but with some frustrations. We left Mitchell's Bay and headed towards Sarnia as we would cross into Michigan at Sarnia/Port Huron. Followed the St. Clair River to approach Sarnia-- quite lovely with Michigan across the river. Approaching Sarnia we passed a number of refineries-- must be one of the main industries. We followed signs to a casino on the ...
... walked towards Michigan Stadium, also called the Big House. Stopped at Starbucks to get coffee and a scone. It was snowing pretty bad. We walked straight to fan zone, they opened at nine. I did some more shooting, but this time it was accuracy on time. But the sticks were really bad and heavy, not as fun as the slap shots in Detroit. We walked around for a bit, then we went in to the stadium. I was already really cold, I got myself a hot chocolate spiked with ...
... br> I've never driven an RV before, let alone even a large Uhaul truck (we've always used small ones). I white knuckled the first half hour with my ignorant GPS trying to make me do u-turns along the way. I now have a much deeper appreciation for anyone out there driving rigs and larger vehicles in general. You eventually get a good feel for how much space you're taking up on the road, how fast you can comfortably go, and you feel a certain connection ...
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