Staybridge Suites Kalamazoo
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... China. Then I realized I shouldn't be discouraged because maybe I was just weaker. I was right...the "much heavier" bag was actually 3 pounds under weight. That was a sign.
I went to the gym Monday to assess the damage. Warming up on the treadmill resulted in a neck cramp...not off to a good start. Also gravity seemed to have gotten stronger here in the States while I've been gone...or the metal in the dumbbells ...
... run the last 400 m and do the whole mile...which I did...barely. "Oh Tom, how hard was it on a scale of 1-10?" Well let's just say it was difficult enough where I had to use that red emergency stop thing. Didn't even occur to me there was a stop button...I just wanted that thing to stop moving ASAP.
Of course with all physical conditioning tests you need a visual (not to mention every blog needs a little ...
... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
... 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, ...