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We arrived at the Detroit Airport at about 6:30 pm, got checked in, and they gave me a hard time about getting my boarding pass for the Paris to Lyon leg. However our tour director made a little noise and secured it for me. The taxi picked us up right on time and delivered us to the slots in Clinton where are bus was waiting for us. From here we went to Exeter, on the Grand Bend for more ...
12 rivers crossed
1 National Monument
1 lost wallet
1 found wallet
2 Chuckwagon dinners
2 Cowboy shows
5 horses (riding)
1 mophie that saved the day
40 postcards (sent to themselves and others)
Trip: Approximately $6,000.00
... in the clouds because the rain came shortly after. It wasn't a real heavy rain but enough to cause the fans to don raincoats, open umbrellas or seek shelter in the concourse. Unlike in Baltimore the game continued ... even with multiple lightning strikes within a mile of the stadium! I couldn't believe they allowed it to keep going. One strike hit a building on the other side Ford Field (the Lions' stadium) in plain view of the home plate ump. The inning was extended ...
... when they were asked to rise. The ones in wheelchairs are pretty much out of sight in this shot.
So we saw 241 new brothers and sisters vow to serve Jehovah and subsequently be immersed.
The cities which were linked in reported the following numbers for attendance and baptisms:
Detroit, Michigan - 35,438 (241)
... wine, fabulous food, gelato, more wine and creating some wonderful memories.
I'll try to share some of the highlights of our trip on this blog as when we have time. This is my first time as a true "blogger" so no critiques allowed.
This time tomorrow we will be visiting the Borghese Gallery in Rome. Ciao!