Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest
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... 10 guys including my great friend Scott Tenkel whom without his support I would never had this opportunity! A big thanks!
Once we arrive in Honolulu, I'll be greeted by Mom and Dad who've never been to the islands and are going to enjoy a week and a half of vacation with me there.
Many of you know I've been prepping for the Transpac ocean ...
I spent the night before we left packing, both for the trip and for my impending apartment change. I finally dozed off about 3, just in time to get up at 4:30 and start getting Adrian ready.
We had to be at the airport at 6:30 to take off at 7:30. Security was a breeze since we got to go through a special line because of Adrian's wheelchair. By the time ...
... of roadside diners!
We did not do it but right next door is the Greenfield Village which is a huge working replica of a circa 1910's village complete with Model T's driving around, also well worth the visit. You may need 2 days to do both!
Back to our campsite for a swim and BBQ..
Chrissie picked me up at 3pm and drove me the half an hour or so to her and Toms house where Tom had just got in from work. It was great to see Tom it had been around 5 years since I had last seen him and he hasn't changed at all. That evening we went to a Canadian tire shop which sells absolutely everything for a fishing license and law mower spark plug,followed by a trip to Walmart to get some dinner and food for the next days fishing trip to the ...
We endured an extreme summer storm with lightning and heavy heavy rain in the middle of the night. But we survived as did the trailer.
We drove to the Greenfield Village that is a living history park developed by Henry Ford using actual buildings from Edison's Labs, the Wright Bros. home and bicycle shop and others. They also had period crafts and working equipment form the late 1800's -- like a lumber mill, grist ...