Red Roof Inn Detroit Madison Heights
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Light orphanage and Ministry. This will be my first international mission trip. I am really excited to see God move in this country. Thank you for your support and stay tuned. Please pray for our safety, financing, and that we achieve our ...
Up at 6 today. Pulled over by 8:30 for being in the wrong lane. The cop was also a DOT officer and very chatty...he told us all about the foreclosed house he just bought...he also said Jp does a nice job with his log books. Detroit is boarded up, burned out, and run down. Huge buildings with no windows left...every other house abandoned.... Jp and Caleb delivered in a rather wealthy subdivision outside of the city. I laid on a furniture pad in the shade of the truck and read while Jp ...
We had the best of times in Michigan. Uncle Bud could not have been more excited to seen all of us. He had toys galore for the kids and greeted us wearing the friendship bracelets the girls had made for him on our previous trip. Our first morning, we met Cousin Margie for breakfast at the Pancake House - one of our favorite spots. We then went ...
... and old houses and we three women look at Margie's the little veggie garden and take a short walk, spotting a grazing deer and several rabbits and looking at the nearby apartment where Jon's parents lived in their retired years and where we visited with them until their deaths in the 1980's....and the former home of his first girlfriend, Linda!
Awakened at 3.30 am by the sound of promised rain which quickly turns to thunder and ...
... traffic to get there has disappeared, but the energy still lingers. We duck into Bert's Blues Cafe for some late Saturday afternoon karaoke by the lively locals. The place was wall to wall packed and everyone is enjoying themselves. We order food and then are joined by some locals at our table – afterwards we both wish we had waited to see what they ordered. The catfish looks great. When in Rome, order what the Romans do. Later I learn our 1 mile walk from the Riverfront to ...