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... Mallory's house!" lol! Silly girl was in love with that sweet little cat!
We parked in a public parking lot along the Grand River and walked the boardwalk down to the beach. It was nice taking in the scenery, seeing the river and the boats, seeing the downtown area, seeing the coast guard station and memorial, and seeing the lighthouse and beach in the distance, looking back on it we definitely should've parked closer as it was almost a mile walk to the beach from where we were. ...
... and last, all of the girls and our president had dinner together. I don't have a lot to compare it to yet, but it is the best pasta I have ever had in my life! The cappuccino this morning by far beats out everything I have tried...well maybe not the vino rosso. Today was my first day of class. I had philosophy and western civilization history. They were both really interesting and right up my ally:) My professors seem great too! My girlfriends and I went out and ...
... down. We huddled under the marquee tent and I painted butterflies and a Spiderman mask as the rain finally died down enough for everyone to leave.
Thankfully, that was the last of the rain we saw the rest of the day and both shows were well-attended by lovely people who were all about showing their appreciation for the acts. When John was out of make-up, Jeremy and Stacy picked us up around 10pm and we went downtown to a bar where we were served by ...
Got up early again today (when does the vacation start) and dropped off our favorite refugee at the Flint Airport for her 10:00 AM Flight back to FL. We had a great time with Gaile in Frankenmuth; she was a great addition to our trip and we will see her again in a couple days in San Fran.
Drove across the state to Muskegon, MI and checked in to Travelodge. Please note how early you are receiving this - we are stopping early tonight.
But before ...
... quite well, spending only $10 on festival items and close to $75 on food and drink; a steal by most means.
Once the time came to go, we entered the festival via a long, snaking line and a small security team who checked our bags and pockets for drugs (knowing full well that most people hid them well or had consumed them already). We entered the festival grounds by swiping our electronic wrist-tags. The grounds themselves were fairly ordinary, though ...