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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... was somewhat limited but we were able to ride by, among other places, the campus of Michigan State University and the Gerald Ford Museum.
Some interesting facts about Grand Rapids are: it was the first city to add fluoride to drinking water in 1945. My teeth felt cavity free the whole time we were in the city! It is the 3rd largest apple producing state in the US which explains all the ...
cookhouse, and then collapsed at home. Our sleeping schedules are way off and
we’re out of practice with doing two shows but it came back to us.
The crowds were fantastic today and I was able to get a
good amount of face painting done before and between shows. Oriana has joined
our face painting crew so she and I worked the crowds before both shows. She
and I do some of the designs differently from each other so it was ...
... We quickly closed up the windows and the vents (even though the vents are covered, we could still feel rain blowing in) and hung out with Griffin for awhile since he was completely freaked out by the thunder and lightning. Finally got back to sleep around 5:30a, but since we were parked next to the semi-truck weigh station, we weren’t able to fall back into deep sleep the rest of the night.
Our day started at ...
After a few days as new campers we were ready for a little luxury. Plus, it was a July weekend so all the beach towns were booked solid. I booked us a nice king room under the stay and play package ($150 worth in perks). I had been to the casino before but never the hotel and when I walked in I was certainly pleased. It was so pretty in there and the registration staff was very friendly. We went ...
... time to unwind. My shoulders and arms were a bit sore today after all the paddling. We had goulash for supper and had devotions from Todd and got camp prepared for a potential coming storm. Hopefully we will not be starting out in the rain tomorrow. Tonight Brian’s son Jake joined us again for the remainder of the trip. Everyone is thankful that this stretch is behind us and is looking forward to a pretty normal day ...