Knights Inn Detroit Area / Sterling Heights
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... connect with Jamie's brother one night in NC., then David's mother in SC while we have the annual check-up on the RV chassis. David will perform a memorial service for a former neighbor in Charleston, SC and we will visit with Jamie's niece to meet her new twin girls.
Our hope is to settle back into our condo in Deland for the most of the fall and winter months although we will fly out to CA for a week doing childcare for our granddaughter in ...
... who work in Detroit and then separate lanes for returning Americans and finally for Canadians like us! The border agent wanted to make sure we had no PEI potatoes on board and was interested in what we did for a living!
We followed our GPS as opposed to the Trip Tik that CAA provided us. That meant that we dropped straight down from Detroit Michigan on I 75 to I-70, but went through ...
... traffic to get there has disappeared, but the energy still lingers. We duck into Bert's Blues Cafe for some late Saturday afternoon karaoke by the lively locals. The place was wall to wall packed and everyone is enjoying themselves. We order food and then are joined by some locals at our table – afterwards we both wish we had waited to see what they ordered. The catfish looks great. When in Rome, order what the Romans do. Later I learn our 1 mile walk from the Riverfront to ...
... identified. My staff and I carefully inspect all glass, china, and other items for condition and the slightest damage to or inconsistency of an item is indicated on its price tag.
I didn’t buy anything for the store, but MJ bought some jewlery for a good price.
Returning home to my surprise Larry’s dog likes Kolaches. She ate my whole box of these cookies. L What can I say……
For dinner tonight we had some pizza, and all was ...
So, today I took a tour of Detroit with Sharon and her father. I was in Baltimore about a year ago, and I endeavour to compare the two in terms of ghettoness!
But before we get started, let me assure all the Wire fans that Baltimore wins this contest - but not by much.
So Detroit is pretty Ghetto - remember all those nice buildings I could see from the Windsor side ... well it turns out about half of them are abandoned / ...