Red Roof Inn Ann Arbor University North
Travel Blogs from Ann Arbor
... où nous avons eu peur des chiffres de la criminalité et avons évité de nous y promener après la tombée de la nuit.
... there are so many people we are not going to get a chance to see before we get on the road. Our sincere apologies for that and we hope people will not hold it against us.
Today's goal is to finish packing clothes in the camper or storage and to empty the shed. Hopefully we achieve ...
... a basement, the house is still there, the family has long since moved on. Every place I rode my bike to, when back in the day it all seemed soooo far away, in fact, it was just 5 houses down. How can that be?? Life moves on, parents pass away, changes happen, but one thing is for certain....our memories stay the same. This was a great nostalgic day!
God Bless you all and bless each and every life experience that makes you who you are!
... particularly when it's an amped up crowd during a great football game. Next, I wasn't thrilled with the constant playing of Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes when the band should have been playing. Unfortunately, it is becoming more common in the college football landscape to blare music over the loudspeakers rather than letting the marching band play. Rating - 9 of 10.
Fans - I wore a Notre ...
... her that said . . . she needed some help!!).
Other than being a few minutes late, it was an uneventful trip . . . one that we have made many times. Just before getting into Ann Arbor proper, the train goes by some wetlands . . . and we saw several sand hill cranes!! They are about 2-3 times the size of a blue heron!!
We had texted Tammi to tell her what car we were in . . . so her and Cole (the grandson) were waiting!