Staybridge Suites Kalamazoo
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Drove down from Grand Rapids to Gun Lake. Moved into Jim and Jean's cottage at the Lake, in her family forever. Perfect place to recover from jet lag/persistent cough, and get WARM. Met Schmidts at the Casino for a nice dinner, played a little Blackjack (I won $20). Met the usual gang for golf on Wednesday at Thornapple Point, Jane had ...
Traveled from DC to Michigan in two days, hit lots of rain and bad weather on most of the trip. We stopped here so we can take the RV into General RV on Monday morning to see about get the slide fixed, they will most likely need to order parts so once they see what they need to repair it we will head up to Indigo and return when they have the parts to get it fixed. ...
... of the gym twice during a workout one time, we got kicked out of the weight room...then went to an empty dance studio...got kicked out of there too...so we ended up doing push ups in the hall way. Actually this happened more than once, we've been kicked out of the weight room twice many times.
Two events in China put my declining fitness in perspective. First thing was when I was at the hot springs with my friends ...
... rusting steel buildings etc. I'll try and get some shots on the return trip if I can. However, it is really instant to be aware of the cost of production - I think if people actually saw where the steel came from it might give them more respect and reduce wastage... Well I live in hope anyway. And somewhere has to make the steel. Many of the plants looked abandoned, which figures I guess with the decline of the automobile industry in Michigan. What I was also aghast at was that ...
... Car Museum, hailed as one of the Top Five car museums in the nation, features over 250 extraordinary cars and motorcycles from all eras. Open daily year-round, exhibits range from cars of the 1890s to the classic Duesenberg, the elusive 1948 Tucker, to the muscle cars of the '60s and ‘70s. Visit a restored 1941 Silk City Diner, ...