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The end of our journey is in sight!! We stayed near Detroit on Tuesday night and crossed back into Canada at Sarnia and headed down to Point Pelee - Canada's most southern point before going to Shiela and Rob's last night. Although it is our country's most southerly point, the weather was cold and windy!! Today we are on our way to St Catharines for a quick visit with Grandma ...
Day one to CaySeesItAll! Woah, I've never had a blog before. I feel so official *hairflip*. I'm writing now from the Detroit Metro Airport. First time to the state of Michigan and I must say it's been a beauty. I always venture off to test the waters. I always abruptly approach the locals. I always want to grow more in my travels. Dinner ended up being at The South Lyon Hotel about an hour north west ...
... and See's candy to take to Michigan and away I went.
I combined my not so good luck with my seat mate's good luck. Luanne was flying home to Detroit too. We were the only three seater in economy that had only two people in it! We stretched out and thoroughly enjoyed the extra room all the way home. Nothing bothered us. All the screaming children were too far away to hear! We chatted and read and slept all the way to Detroit!
So Jerry is packed and here. Sparky and Casper are at Kingsway Kennel for their staycation. I am finally packed and all systems are go. We are now just waiting to head to Detroit Metro for our flight at 6:25 to Franfurt, then on to Bucharest Romania and the Palace Athenee Hilton. Will be there by 1:00 pm Bucharest time about 6am our time. Bon voyage and next blog will be from ...
... I kept thinking about
what was worth saving. As we went
through Detroit and saw the devastation from the wrecking balls of change, from
the fires from the 1967 race riots and from the more recent abandonment of the
city because of the economic downturn, I felt some of the lamentations of the
people on both of the buses.
The Polish group tsked at what was
no longer there and sighed at the cruel hands of fate ...