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... petrol station, the whole bit. Interestingly the housing estates have no fences and so it looks like everyone lives in a park setting (see photos). Some rest was welcome so on really cold days we stayed in and completed a jigsaw puzzle - good fun. We also visited Frankenmuth to see the Christmas lights (the town is famous for it) and ...
... and get back on track.
I met a group of five Harley riders in a MacDonald's parking lot during my Bay City detour. They were heading to Akron, MI to start a 125 mile annual Labor Day Weekend charity ride. We swapped stories of long road trips, saddle soreness and rain proof gear. I was ...
We got up at 2:30 in the morning to start our EPIC road trip of a lifetime! Then we hit the road at 3:15 and it was smooth sailing to Chicago. Annalena had no problem sleeping for the majority of the drive, and the rest of the time she was happy and excited to be in the car. It was a great start to our trip.
... have horrible records when flights our delayed. But once again Delta surprised us, indeed they did hold the plane. So after a frantic whirl through the JFK from terminal 2 to 4 or maybe it was 4 to 2 we reached our departure gate. The other eight Iceland bound people boarded the plane quickly however, for some reason my travel companion and I were not checked in and the flight was full. Now this is not a good thing to tell two ...
... Huckleberry Railroad, a steam powered tourist train owned and operated by Genesee County, the county in which Flint is located. The engine was a Rio Grande Mikado K-27, one of only two remaining. The other runs on the Cumbres and Toltec in New Mexico. The collection of cars is a combination of older passenger cars and fruit gondolas rescued out of California. They have installed park benches along the ...