Royal Park Hotel
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... of the church where David served for 39 years. We also attended the Fall convocation at ETS where David continues on as professor via On-line classes. We closed and moved the RV then traveled via car to Michigan. Seems strange to be in the car and back in Michigan but the cooler temperatures are very welcome after weeks of hot and muggy in Virginia.
From here we will return to Virginia for one last dinner with the Rose family before heading south. ...
... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
Before I embark on my voyage to Germany, I've decided to see what my students and colleagues have to say when I asked them a ...
Thankfully, the Holocaust Museum was right next door and that was high on Matthew's to-do list. (The kids and I have just been reading the Diary of Anne Frank and he's quite fascinated with the Holocaust). Turned out it was a great museum - for about an hour. After that, the kids hit the limit of their tolerance for the dimly lit, super quiet, endless maze of rooms. They had to be patient just a bit more as their Dad and I were still fascinated (And taking too ...
... Jen had some funny photos here. We had a look at an exhibit tracing the history of American timepieces. We then moved through to machines of agriculture, and then to a exhibit called fully furnished, that had various furniture from different periods, including a card table owned by John Hancock and a chair owned by Abraham Lincoln only to mention a very tiny amount. After that we had a tour through an exhibit called With Liberty and Justice for All. This ...