Waterford Estates Lodge
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Sorry I haven't posted in quite a while everyone. It's been a crazy, busy time! When Paul and I hired on with MRA we knew we'd be separated to work on different tours for a time during this training period. Well this has happened a few times so far. The first time we were separated was so I could begin working on the American Welding Society (AWS) tour. Very interesting tour! The goal of that endeavor is to introduce welding to ...
Jen here. We'll we're only 3 hours behind schedule, which means not as much sight seeing in Chicago.... :( but that's okay! We are off to Chicago, the Hard Rock Cafe and the U2 Concert. I'm sure it's going to be amazing!
We spent yesterday saying our good-byes. A trip to Charlotte to see my Grandma (and Aunt Fran!) one last time. Dear Aunts of mine and Mom, someone please read the blog posts to her. She would love ...
... factory that had a lot of old woodwork and stonework.
That evening we went back to Gary's house to have spiedies and potato salad that Peg had made back in Afton. She also made a cucumber salad with dill from the farm. The previous evening Gary had been talking about all the canning Diana had done and the many quarts of tomatoes still in the cellar. Peg decided to do a tribute to Diana and her (Peg’s) dad by making macaroni ...
... to face customer service was just as good. The front retail portion of the store is all supplies, examples of glass art of all types, and classrooms. The glass warehouse is just off the retail floor. Racks and racks of stained glass from several different companies greet you as you walk through the glass doors. It was great to hand pick my glass, and observe the processing of orders, employees seem to enjoy working ...
... and university before we enjoyed some lunch at The Peanut Barrel. That night we went and watched the Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball team which on Friday night drew quite the crowd. The game concluded with a fireworks show that impressed all of us.