Ramada Downriver Taylor - Detroit
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... behind the batter). Oh. The batter was not the batter, but the striker. The rest of the layers were the usual names, like right, center, or left fielder, and the runner was well, the runner.
We also had fun riding the train around the park. And we rode in the omnibus. A horse drawn carriage type vehicle.
I recommend going to these places if you ever get a chance. They are right next to each other. I really was ...
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.
US-2 ends at the bridge between the Upper Peninsula and the rest of Michigan. We will pick it up again in a few days in upstate New York. For that reason I decided to drive the interstates to Detroit.
Mary asked if we were going to see Motown? I looked it up, put it into the GPS and off we went. When we ...
... their backs made me as uncomfortable as I had been 45 years ago. It was pretty distracting to follow along as the Latin of this priest looked like nothing that was on our handouts. Communion was a trip down memory lane too. We knelt and got the host on the tongue. There was even a communion rail cloth. Remember that? Thank God for the ushers to help some of us get up from kneeling. We were so exhausted after that that we took very few ...
So after customs, baggage checks, and multiple delays, it would have been faster to drive to Detroit. When we stepped out of our tiny plane to get on our new one, we knew we had to be ready for the 14hr flight ahead of us. To get from wing C where we landed to wing A, we had to walk through a tunnel underneath the runway. The walls in the tunnel were lined with moving sidewalks and the walls looked like the inside of an ...
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