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After a rather interesting breakfast we headed out to the Henry Ford Museum - which is much more than just a car museum. There were trains, planes, of course automobiles. Furniture, farm machinery, women's rights, civil war info - I can see why they say it takes a day to complete - it's huge. After a few hours walking around we'd seen pretty much all we wanted to. On the way home Andy saw a cheap massage so that's where we spent the ...
... Michigan arriving about 6pm. Supposedly a 4 hour trip (according to the GPS) but we did detour a couple of times both accidentally and on purpose so it took us about 6 hours. So many beautiful maple trees with colours out of a book. Andy suggested I had taken enough photos but I replied at 100km an hour how good could they be - several ended up in the deleted ...
... which was then the second busiest shopping district in the nation. Walking through the neighborhood at that time, you could feel the hospitality and smell the fine cooking typical of the European villages.
In 1976, Mr. Pilecki's cellar beer garden became the Polish Village Café. His tradition of welcoming immigrants and their descendents continues to this day.
Dave and I had Kielbasa for lunch. It ...
... On the outside, we are still Wynneth and Jamie, but on the inside, we have grown to appreciate another part of the world, as well as our own.
It might not seem like it would be so difficult to become accustomed to your home, but it really has been in some ways. First of all, jet-lag likes to creep up on me and wake me up around 2:30 a.m., then pops back in to cause some severe drowsiness mid-afternoon. But now, those feelings have almost passed. What's ...
... and two perplexed and suspicious immigration officers reaching the conclusion there was nothing they need be concerned about.
Apparently because I drove up to the booth with the handbrake still on, that indicated I was nervous as well. I don’t know what they thought might be in my luggage, but if I had ill intent, that’s the first place I wouldn’t have put something suspicious. Thinking about it – the guy ...