Motel 6 Ann Arbor
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... the to just outside Sarnia for yet more pickups. No traffic crossing over to Port Huron, had to get off the bus with everyone else and go through customs. Not to painful at all. Corned beef on rye for dinner at the Mediterranean Grill and it was yucky. Board the plane for the flight to Paris at 8:40 pm and depart at 9:35. Well, all for now, possibly another edition upon arrival in Paris. ...
... was simply being able to say goodbye to everyone one last time, as I had grown close to several of the Keenes, as well as non-Keene family and friends. It was warming to know that I had touched so many people and while I may not speak with everyone very often, I have made an effort to stay in touch with as many Feral Fooders as I can.
The breakfast ended somewhere around 1 in the afternoon, cleanup included, and the rest of the day was spent relaxing. ...
... so much. We're both looking forward to getting out of the Michigan polar vortex. 5 degrees this morning, and tomorrow isn't much better.
First stop is Quito, where we will meet the Galapagos cruise folks! I don't know if we can make it this week in the snow and cold!!
I also included a picture of what's going into the backpack. A few have expressed wonder at traveling so light for a month long journey--and I'm sure some think, and I as well, that ...
... and we continued to catch up on news of friends, some that we would see the next day.
Friday was the golf event. The TWall Foundation raises money to support families in need in the Ann Arbor area. It was founded by and named for our friend and schoolmate Tom Wall. They raise money in the fall with a hot dog stand near the Michigan Stadium on Main St in A2 on football Saturdays. It's a big deal and many of our friends volunteer there, driving ...
... wasn't miserable from the walk. But feelin' good, we nixed that plan and all opted to walk. Nancy, Margot & Bobbie left our (delicious) home tailgate party early to get there for their coveted "banner-holder job." Kathy, Billy & I locked up and walked a VERY DILIBERATE game-day route which was quite a scene! I've been trying to think of any other urban campuses ...