Motel 6 Kalamazoo
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... six hurdles.
Six men had assembled a very large railroad area, complete with six tracks of railroads and some pretty clever accessory areas.
All in all, two very pleasant ...
Drove down from Grand Rapids to Gun Lake. Moved into Jim and Jean's cottage at the Lake, in her family forever. Perfect place to recover from jet lag/persistent cough, and get WARM. Met Schmidts at the Casino for a nice dinner, played a little Blackjack (I won $20). Met the usual gang for golf on Wednesday at Thornapple Point, Jane had ...
... attempt to find - houses built by Frank Lloyd Wright and other modernist buildings.
We did so with some success but no time to relax and have a swim etc. at least I didn't have to dress in the car!!!
Coby's was a nice, traditional wedding with Gini's choir singing a turn and and a lovely service.
The reception at a pretty reception centre on a river. The ...
... up sharply from the landscape as a silhouette in the distance.
The museum was fantastic, and I wish I could have seen more of it. There are seven levels, each with hours worth of exhibits to explore. They had costumes, instruments, and memorabilia from famous musicians such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Elvis, Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Muddy Waters, Led Zeppelin, and many many more, even including hip-hop artists like ...
Perhaps the best-known is Bell's Brewery, established as the Kalamazoo Brewing Company in 1985 by Larry Bell. The brewery has expanded from its original Kalamazoo location, which houses the Eccentric Cafe, to another brewery in nearby Comstock.
The A.M. Todd Company, one of the lead producers of peppermint oil ...