The Inn at Chateau Grand Traverse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... own, I now know that those experiences can be amazing!! Boldness is something I've been striving for since my college days. My volleyball coach emphasized it every season for our play on the court and in our everyday lives, and it's stuck with me.
To travel is to be BOLD, you're stepping outside your comfort zone, you're exploring new and maybe unusual places, you're meeting new people and learning more about yourself! Boldness ...
... one board and thankfully had help with four other boards from T&A, Bubbles, Chard & Judy's daughter Amy. That was the most difficult thing to do for me as I had to go through years of photo albums to try to summarize almost 37 years of our life together on a board only 3 foot by 4 foot. I cried the most during that exercise. It was horrible. I had a complete melt down and was unable to do anything or even eat for over a day. Next, I had to make ...
... corn maze in search of the apple pie thief! and munched on yummy donuts! From there we traveled to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, hiked some dune areas and took in some awesome views of Lake Michigan. From there we drove on to Glen Arbor, visited Cherry Republic and ate pizza at the local park where the grandkids were able to continue playing at the playground. How blessed we are to have shared in such a beautiful ...
... to have lots of hugs and more hugs, a few tears, lots of conversations about our fond memories, lots of laughs and the pure joy of being with family & friends. Thank you for all of your love & support for Bill.
Lots of love, Walt
Here is his final obituary. The wonderful candid photo was taken by Phil during the summer of 2013 on the top deck of a ferry going to Mackinac Island and was included with his obituary shown in ...
... 1/3 of a gallon) of fluid from each lung lining; one lung drained per day over a 2 day period. Unfortunately, the cancer has now spread to his lungs. He had to have a blood transfusion to increase his hemoglobin (oxygen carrying red blood cells). His bone marrow, which makes blood cells, has been compromised by the previous chemotherapy. He is now on oxygen 24/7 and still having trouble breathing. They brought in a loud ...