Sleep Inn & Suites Danville
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... Michigan college years I first met my good friend Scott while in Forestry School. We had much in common and instantaneously became BFF. His home state is Indiana and I remember coming here with my Siberian husky "Tsuga", on a week long trip to see Scott and his family. So, given that Caryn and I were in the area I really wanted to share this place with her and for myself, just to see it again. It did not disappoint. By the looks of the 'trail ...
... were there first.
The last two days of the trip are pretty much driving with food stops. We had two 6-hour stretches and then a 2-hour stretch. To pass the time, we have still been listening to some audiobooks, but we’ve also been playing a game called Rubberneckers. It’s basically I-Spy for the car. We have to find everything from cars being pulled over to specific billboards to finding other people in their car singing or ...
... the stagnant lakes. The forests have since filled in but the ponds/lakes remain testimony to what occurred here.
We rode the scooter through many miles of campground roads and neighboring country roads. We also had a great time going horseback riding at local stable. Couldn't believe the price, $15 for a 45 minute ride through a lovely forested area.
... and they help me with my Spanish while I help them with English. We laugh easily together, we respect each other, and we look out for each other. There isn’t a time that goes by where I don’t have someone materializing out of nowhere to help me carry the laundry or John’s props.
I meant to write more, but I went to bed instead. Now it's a few days later and I don't remember much else from that day...haha. Each town blurs into the last one, unfortunately!
... woman working there mouthed to me that they didn’t open for another 10 minutes and when I then asked if there was another gas station in the area, she became exasperated, shook her head, and then actually put her head in her hands and walked away! Gene had also stopped for gas and was nice enough to charge $20 on his own card for me to get gas.
Our lot today is at a city park right on the edge of a neighborhood, two blocks away from a gas station, six blocks from ...