Econo Lodge Kalkaska
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Welcome to Quilt Camp! I've been at Higgins Lake this weekend with 33 women from my quilt guild (Across the Square Quilters from Charlotte, MI) and friends of the guild. We have laughed, laughed so hard we cried, sewed A LOT, offered and accepted quilting advice, shared many stories of our lives, sewed some more, played quilt ...
Today was to be a short day of traveling. It is a short trip to Mackinaw, Michigan from Traverse City. Traveling north, enjoying my McDonald's coffee, A moose sculpture caught my eye as I was entering a small community as well as a city park sign. I was thinking the park would be on Lake Michigan and give me the opportunity to paddle lake no 4 on this trip. The moose sculpture was on the edge of beautiful gardens full of metal art like I had ...
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 ...
... never looked forward to going to a funeral home before in my entire life. But this time it was all about the love of my life, Bill, and the celebration of the life that he so enjoyed. Sister Judy thankfully joined me at the beautiful historic Victorian "Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home" to make preparations for the celebration. So many decisions to make and things to do before September 27th! I had to write the obituary with Judy's help with info about ...
... we set up the Kelty. Then there was the OUTHOUSE. It's easy to mouth breath to avoid stinky situations, but we were shocked when we realized that the putrid stench permeated our clothing.The gagging odor was nauseating. We both felt sick as we settled into our sleeping bags for the night. Visions of Clorox danced in our heads.