Econo Lodge Kalkaska
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So tomorrow my adventure begins. I'm leaving at 7:30am January 12, 2015 Eastern Standard Time, and arriving at 5pm January 14, 2015 Auckland Time. I will never see the day January 13, 2015. How weird is that?! It's a long time to be traveling, but it will all be worth it when the wheels hit the tarmac in Auckland. There are so many lovely people to meet and so many incredible places to see!
I'm excited to WWOOF ...
... and to even hang the man's framed pictures. I hugged him as we both shared tears. I was so proud to be Bill's husband. Several people told me that they changed their minds and wanted to have a similar celebration for themselves instead of a traditional funeral. I cried viewing the five photo boards. They were all so special. Sister Judy later distributed all but two of the two dozens white roses, mostly to the very appreciative young nieces, great ...
... Nicole) Dalgleish II of Traverse City, MI; Stephen (Jessica) Ric******* of Anthem, AZ, Scott (Mehgan) Ric******* of Howell, MI; Shaun (Kari) Ric******* of Pinckney, MI; Matthew Ric******* of Port St. Lucie, FL; Nathan (Jordyn) Ric******* of Farwell, MI.
Great Nephews: Julian Tindale, Justin Tindale, Ronnie Dalgleish, Tommy Dalgleish III, Tony Dalgleish, Great-great Nephew: Benson Ric*******.
Bill's visitation for the celebration of ...
I spent several hours today at Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home with sister Judy organizing plans for Bill. At Bill's request, there will be no funeral nor food. Bill's visitation for the celebration of his life will take place on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the funeral home at 305 6th St., Traverse City, MI. (231) 947-6347. Please send any picture of Bill that you think would be appropriate for his obit. Here is the tentative obit ...
... plus I doubted my arthritic hands would have enough strength to peel off and on a tire change.
Surly and I started walking the mile or so into the town of Ellsworth, population: 449, in hopes of a car repair shop or cell phone service. No car shop, but Verizon came through with one bar. Mile: 2,691, The first bike ...