Magnuson Hotel Lansing
Travel Blogs from Lansing
Time has almost come to board our plane. It's been a very long morning. We are ready to get this adventure underway! I'm so grateful for the love and support showered on us by our lovely family and friends! Parting from Hazel was rough. I'm glad she'll be surrounded by loving care. Two weeks with Jeff in Europe! Dream come true! A third week with our kiddos makes this trip ...
... first 200 miles seemed to fly by! I had my music playing and the open road ahead of me with the built in GPS guiding me home. I was all prepared for the first toll with my stashed envelope of $1’s and $5’s. I was trying to hold off on coffee for as long as possible, to avoid having to make a different kind of stop, so I snacked on my cereal for lunch and had a bottle of seltzer water and still water for different options. The world felt empty in those ...
... as she was the time I read her passages from the book sister Hiker gave me, “The Happy Hooker.”
At the end of my second year at MSU, I accidently left behind a box of my mini dresses, and later learned that Cathy took them home with her. The following fall when I asked Cathy for my clothes, she said, “My sister ripped up all your dresses, and made baby clothes out of them.” How Catholic is that? ...
... in time, and nobody yelled at me.
Shortly after returning, we left to Sam and Sue's neighbor's parents' 50th wedding anniversary, where they had a great country band, great food, and great dancing. It was entertaining to watch, and my mom even got up to dance with Lumpy, the neighbor.
Back at the house later that evening, we tried to sit on the bottom porch for awhile, but the bugs were annoying, so we sat inside. I sat on the couch and read my magazine ...
... speaking. We were given blue panchos this time. Loaded 5million people on the boat. You didn't want to lose your group because from behind everyone looks the same. The boat headed out towards the Falls. The base of the American falls was first. It spit on us a little. Then we headed towards the Canadian side of the falls and disappeared into the mist - which was more like a storm. Everyone saw the falls quite well except for me. All I could see was the inside of my pancho as it ...
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