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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we passed along the way. It is home to America's largest 25K road race called - ready?- Fifth Third River Bank Run. There were a lot of Fifth Third Banks around and even a Fifth Third ballpark! It is second only to California in agricultural diversity. 85% of all crops harvested in the state is from West Michigan. Grand Rapids is named for Michigan's largest inland river.
We rode by ...
... br> brought her over the past year was immeasurable. I will never forget that.
Being welcomed back on the lot was lovely. We’d been gone
just long enough that everything was tinged with a little bit of unfamiliarity
but hugs and condolences from our friends made it feel like home again. We were
able to park near the backdoor next to the Moss’ house and after visiting
Tavana in the road office to get paid, we set John’s props ...
... but the kids gathered together in the center of the room to watch and made it a lot easier on John.
We had lunch at Subway, courtesy of our sponsor contact, and then had a half hour to rest in the RV while John touched up his make-up (it cracks me up to type that every time). After that, we went to another daycare, a few ticket outlets, and a retirement village, where John performed for a small group of ladies ...
... our room on the 7th floor and again I was pleased.
The bathroom was pretty, the TV was big and flat, the bed had lots of pillows, and the view was wonderful. Now this was what I was talking about. Perhaps you may think me high maintenance but my feeling is if I'm going to pay money for something that has resort stamped on it, well it better be stocked with stuff I could never ...
... 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 ...