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Eritia is a baker and made us a delicious breakfast with homemade bread and muffins. Our ride from Hamilton to London was our longest: about 130km. We met with two other cyclists and they rode with us for a few hours. We went through Paris, and stayed near London for the night.
The next day, we cycled to Morpeth by lake Erie, where we stayed with Robert. It was about 115km. We camped outside his house. ...
... had a catastrophe when it came to museum tickets though! Dad didn't read that the tickets had to be printed, so we ended up just having to buy more tickets! The Van Gough museum was amazing! We spent several hours in there. After went and ate a little something at the market and walked around and looked at everything the little venders had for sale, the parents and Mimi ended up buying ...
... kick us out?" But, something quite amazing began to obscure our anxiety. A devotional with Elder Ballard Tuesday night helped to turn the corner. It wasn't so much the words spoken, but the view of so many missionaries filling a complete gym and realizing the amount of sacrifice of time and treasure was going to serve the Lord. Young men and women with fresh faces and joyous countenances infused the air. A chorus of Elders and Sisters so moved us ...
... reactions of people to my adventure. Some who I wouldn't think would find it interesting have been the most excited for me and others who seem all about baseball, don't seem to care that I am doing this. Today's stadium in Detroit is the last ballpark I have yet to visit since I am finishing my tour at Coors' Field which I have visited many times previously.
Comerica Park leaves no doubt as to what the team mascot is. Thinking back on it I cannot think ...
The Greenfield Village is where Henry Ford reconstructed homes of many Americans, not to mention their workshops, their town halls and more, as a permanent tribute to the working man who made America.
This is the Wright Brothers home:
I'll get some more of these in a future entry.