Knights Inn Saginaw
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Joanne and l left Medina early this morning. We stopped at the best bakery I have ever gone to for our breakfast bakery. Then since I had a captive audience I drove by my old house. It was still standing. The rest of my old haunts look the same but the area has really changed. Can't stop progress I guess.
We got to Flint MI about ...
... I could tell you the experience was great but almost as quickly as we were in the air I was asleep. What I can tell you is Delta has wonderful cereal for breakfast in business class.
So thank you Delta for getting us safely to Iceland on time and on the day we thought we would be arriving. Tonight I am exhausted so I'll start the real blog tomorrow when we get our car and begin the Ring Road!
Love to all
... 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 ...
Yesterday I was staying at a hotel on Lake Michigan and today I drove 3 hours to Lake Huron in Bay City, MI. My seminar room tomorrow is overlooking the 9th hole on the golf course at Bay Valley Hotel. After a long drive I needed to relax so I sat in the sauna. It was great, I feel like butter ...
... stores in Saginaw, as well as a promising craft brewery. Found a nice campground just outside of Frankenmuth, a Bavarian-styled city about 30 miles from each. So should be some easy day trips for the next couple of days. Plus we passed a really good looking brewery in Frankenmuth as we were passing through, so we'll definitely need to check that out as well.
Stay tuned - more to come.