Motel 6 Ann Arbor
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... shower doesn't get very heated by the sun) and an early bedtime for an early sunrise.
The following morning work began as usual, though Matilda couldn't join us because, on her second day in the United States, she sprained her ankle walking up the stairs to the house. A few days later I saw the bruise, which was a deep purple, even after icing it continuously every day. So we were back down to our previous number of workers ...
... days and we try to stay a week at each new stop. So there is a quasi-schedule. Mike tries to have reservations for the next two RV parks. So, my logistician husband likes to stick to his plan. No problem. We can always pull over and wait out the storm if necessary. It's not so much driving in the rain, as dealing with the high winds pushing the motorhome all over the road.
... at the Big House II."
Now for a game this big, regardless of what Coach Kelly says, tickets were going to be hard to come by. I asked Michelle, my Notre Dame friend that I had met in Ireland last year, if she knew how I could get tickets to the game. A few weeks later, I heard from her that Uncle Sal had put in for tickets for me. Then, a week before we left for Chicago, I got a FedEx envelope ...
... the former owners to see if this had ever happened to them (it hadn't) so we called roadside assistance. Five minutes into our drive. Ugh.
The guys came out within 40 minutes (the maintenance company's name is Hot Shots - they were MAGNIFICENT) and discovered we'd lost our alternator belt. Kinda important.
Also discovered a ...
... were MANY, MANY, MANY HIGHLIGHTS of this stay but the espresso machine was one of them as well.
Ah… so Nancy was home for lunch, walking their dog, our new friend “Monkey” (or “Monk”) when we pulled up. Monk is deaf and mostly blind at 16 years of age.
They live in ...
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