Old Mission Inn
Travel Blogs from Traverse City
... no visitors at this time and hopes everyone understands. More updates to come. Thank you all for the well wishes!
"It is not the end of the physical body that should worry us. Rather, our concern must be to live while we're alive - to release our inner selves from the spiritual death that comes with living behind a facade designed to conform to external definitions of who and what we are."
- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
... by Michigan law. He was only in the hospital for one night, two days. We were able to attend Bill's niece's wedding downstate last Saturday, which Bill really enjoyed. A team of doctors met to give us options going forward. Initially, they thought both tumors could be treated with radiation. However, early this morning, our Radiation Oncologist (who was on vacation last week) called to say they now recommend surgery ...
6-22-14 – Sunday
After doing early morning laundry while the grandsons slept, we packed up camp and headed north along the Lake Michigan eastern coast. We heard about a house made out of 60,000 bottles on the road ahead and decided we needed to detour shortly and visit this oddity at Kaleva, MI, a quaint little town with lots of history.
Our destination for the day was Empire, MI, a short 87 mile trip and The Indigo Bluffs ...
... ll ever have to make me.”
“DAD! How can you say such a thing?”
Dad drops his head, and shuffles away, as I ponder, Wow, I was thinking the same thing. Dad looks so old and unhealthy, he probably won’t be with us much longer.
Dad lived another 18 years with Mom’s special loving care. I turned 60 on 30 December 2011; a week after Dad would have been 100, if ...
... humidity to speak of. We have had a couple days of rain but can't complain about the weather.
The area is just starting to get active for the summer with festivals and farmers markets just starting to gear up. This weekend is the BBQ and Brew festival in Glen Arbor. We are looking forward to a beautiful and active summer.