Adventure Inn Bed and Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... back. This would be our seating arrangements for most of our excursion.
All was happy and we crossed on to the 94 and turned to take the 69 towards Chicago, where we connected again on the 94 and then south down the 57. The GPS did not agree with the Google map route at this point, as Google maps thought we should take the 55. Anyways along we drove and drove, stopping for the night at West Memphis Arkansas around 6 ...
... and take the main highway south. got tied up in road works which held us up for over 40 minutes. The clouds were getting lower and lower and visibility was dropping so a scenic trip around the thumb of Michigan was off the plan. Followed the highway all the way to Port Huron.
The highway in parts was 4 lanes each way, other times was 3 lanes and then 2 lanes. the speed limit did not change with the quality of the road surface or ...
... had its own character and challenges. Every day brought a new adventure. Every port was unique. Everyone we met was friendly and helpful. It was all good.
Meander performed well, the Captain didn't do any damage, the Admiral kept everything ship-shape, and the Sea Dog was a great companion. That's a successful cruise! We enjoyed every nautical mile and would do it ...
... and the restaurants are now Denny’s.
So, what is the alternative for all of us? I hate to say it, but Wal-Mart. Not Wal-Mart per says, but an entity that takes up a portion of most of the Wal-Mart parking lots, Murphy Gas.
So, as I said I have set up our trip around stops at Murphy Gas.
I am also still in pre trip mode. Our itinery was to leave on Thursday morning. We had a busy week planned up till that moment; the family was coming ...
... out of the trailer here like you said you would in New Mexico! We also saw a large field of sunflowers—beautiful!
Later on we pulled into a Wendy’s for a quick snack lunch and then made a run for the border. We had mostly cloudy skies and the temperature was 75 degrees. Around 3:00 we had a short rain shower. The horizons became broader and the farms we saw were larger than earlier in the day.
We crossed the International Border at ...