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... looking for, Bay City Recreation area. We went there and got a few better pictures of the lake, but I still liked Ontario better.
When we got back tot he hotel and checked anew went to the pool, the boys played pool. Later I made tacos in the room with my Nuwave cooktop. Then Ben went for a run and Robbie took a nap while I plotted the next day and posted pictures.
... much weight through my left arm was taking its toll.
This morning I woke up exhausted and dreaded getting out of the cocoon of sleeping bag warmth to face the dark, frigid new day. I quickly layered up in my warmest bike gear and stumbled over to the pit toilet. The frost on the rocky ground glistened ...
... have horrible records when flights our delayed. But once again Delta surprised us, indeed they did hold the plane. So after a frantic whirl through the JFK from terminal 2 to 4 or maybe it was 4 to 2 we reached our departure gate. The other eight Iceland bound people boarded the plane quickly however, for some reason my travel companion and I were not checked in and the flight was full. Now this is not a good thing to tell two ...
... one at coffee hour. She was especially happy to see Bill Elliott among other friends.
Margaret invited us plus Jan, Beth and Glenn to the country club for brunch - Mom resisted the Rachel (a turkey rueben by another name) for the Tar Heel pulled pork sandwich. I went for Ahi. We were all buffet'd out in Mackinac!
Margaret gave us a great tour. The Alden ...
... learning how to build spreadsheet models. I actually like this part! (well, I like learning about it...) Our plans for the dinner hour overlapped so the four bridge players went to Applebee's and I met Maggie, Maija, Jake and Mike (no, I cannot tell them apart...) at the new fro-yo place Cherry Berry, across the street from the H. Main Street is hopping. The kids are awesome and budding scientists and performance artists. Plus ...