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Travel Blogs from Ann Arbor
... and I had the weekend off from work and I was leaving sunday afternoon for a different farm, so we spent the time working on our individual projects and getting to know one another.
I left Hand Sown sunday afternoon and went to Ann Arbor for a few hours to finish writing in this blog and to see the town a bit more before I went to my next stop, Feral Foods CSA, in Willis, Michigan (about 15-20 minutes southeast of Ann Arbor).
... days and we try to stay a week at each new stop. So there is a quasi-schedule. Mike tries to have reservations for the next two RV parks. So, my logistician husband likes to stick to his plan. No problem. We can always pull over and wait out the storm if necessary. It's not so much driving in the rain, as dealing with the high winds pushing the motorhome all over the road.
... stadiums I've been to, like Texas, Penn State, or Florida State. Once everybody took their seats, it became apparent why. We were squished in like sardines, and I think the extra 5000+ people were all in our row. In addition to having to alternate shoulders with the two guys next to me to fit on our numbers, I had a knee in my back in addition to having my knee in the back of the person in front of me. I was ...
... am 90% sure this can
be considered a reason to disown your family and never speak to them again so
I'm probably putting myself up for adoption later even though I'm a legal adult.
And don't tell me that I'm going to brazil and it will all be fine THERE ARE NO
DOLPHINS IN BRAZIL!!!!
> Love (idk if I can even say this with confidence now),
> Sent from my ...
... Billy opted out so while Kathy is at her work, the four of us Nancy, Margot, Bobbie & I (after espresso) went off to The Michigan Club for the luncheon, tour and lots of Introductions.
Nancy first took us to her office “ MPACT” (Michigan Professional and Career Transition Program) the career development center for athletes at ...