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Today is our last day of preparation before we head out to Cincinnati for our high school summer mission trip with the Franciscans for the poor. The adult leaders have already picked up the rental vans and have been driving them around to get used to the new vehicles. Two mini vans for Andy and Joe and I get the shiny new SUV. Tonight most of our group will be ...
... s we saw advertised since we arrived in Canada), we walked down a steep hill about 1 kilometer to see the falls at night. If you're not sure, that's a little over 1/2 mile. The falls were beautiful all lit up. It was a bit cold with the wind and mist so we didn't stay long. It could also be because it was after 11pm. We did stop at Tim Horton's on the way back to get a snack and a break from the steep incline back to our hotel. Total miles driven to date: ...
... by Wally Bronner in 1945 and is still run by the same family. There was a section with a museum of sorts about the founder.
In 1992 a replica of the original Silent Night Chapel of Oberndorf, Austria was built on the grounds near the store. The city government and the Visitors Bureau of Oberndorf granted the Bronner family permission to simulate the original. On the chapel grounds there are plaques with the ...
... train world. They did have a nice hobby shop, though, and I was able to find some landscaping stuff that I haven't seen in the shops back home, so that was a good thing.
When we got back to Frankenmuth, we decided to stop by the local brewery and have a late lunch/early dinner. We sat out on their deck overlooking the river and enjoyed a beautiful day. About 15 minutes after we were there, ...
Sunday 20th November
Today we had decided to cross the border into the States to visit Frankenmuth, a small German style village in Michigan which is also home to Bronner's, the biggest Christmas store in the world and open all year round!
We got to the border around 11 where as expected we were pulled into immigration control as Chris has the same name as a criminal's alias. After spending half an ...