University Quality Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Jen here. We'll we're only 3 hours behind schedule, which means not as much sight seeing in Chicago.... :( but that's okay! We are off to Chicago, the Hard Rock Cafe and the U2 Concert. I'm sure it's going to be amazing!
We spent yesterday saying our good-byes. A trip to Charlotte to see my Grandma (and Aunt Fran!) one last time. Dear Aunts of mine and Mom, someone please read the blog posts to her. She would love ...
... br> We stopped and had lunch about 2 PM at a wonderful little restaurant in Owosso called the Wrought Iron Grill. Peg had fresh Lake Michigan perch that was super; I had a very good pulled pork with homemade barbecue sauce. As we dined on a wonderful shaded porch we spotted an old water tower that had a tremendous character. It looks like they may be renovating it – it will be interesting to see how it turns out. The restaurant was ...
... last day of school pics with Sophie and her friends, the dedicating of the Class of 2023 tree and the final walk through of the school. She has had a wonderful last two days of school!
Now it's time for summer vacation and the grand adventure we have before us! Only 6 days until we leave for Chicago!!!! And so much to do!
Until someone posts next.....Kirk? Pearson? Emery?......Enjoy your summer vacation too!
Today we drove from Kalamazoo to Sam and Sue's home on The Mississippi River. I am getting ready to be home, but if I have to stay somewhere for the next few days, I am happy that it is here!
The drive was pretty eventful today. Mom drove for the first part, and we went to Lake Michigan. It was beautiful! It looked just like the ocean! Then, we drove on, and used Siri to find some antique stores. ...
... exactly half of all the US States. Even without Mexico thrown in, that is a hell of a trip!
We had to say, these 'lake folk' of Indiana and Michigan know how to do a 'lake town', there were lots of 'cottagy' type restaurants and stores, though many weren't open for the season yet. There were also big sand dunes, and beaches, high vistas and even a nuclear plant thrown in, just to get us back to that old Lake Huron feeling! We split the beach at ...