Motel 6 Detroit NE - Madison Heights
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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. ...
2 river horse flies
2 mountain goats
412 prairie dogs
1 Boiling River
13 different waterslides
15 morning gas bomb alarms with an additional snooze alarm (Ben)
1 mommy meltdown
30 pairs of dirty underwear
... versions of which are full of retired white people. Servings are huge, the food is pretty much all alike and Americans eat out far more than Australians and seem to entertain less at home. Service generally is excellent as waitresses ( I don't see male waiters in these places at all) must earn their tips since they make a pittance -ice water arrives automatically, coffee is replenished as soon as it's finished, one is asked frequently 'are ...
... i was compromising something i felt strongly smoldering inside of my soul by living the life of a girl in the technological era. Realizations can be blinding and unexpected, or they can be slowly coaxed over the course of your lifetime. I was blindingly ***** slapped across the face in late July, 2013.
Another summer was slipping away from me, and it was a marvelous one. I filled my time with nothing but friends, bonfires, drinking and general great times. Smoking ...
... Jen had some funny photos here. We had a look at an exhibit tracing the history of American timepieces. We then moved through to machines of agriculture, and then to a exhibit called fully furnished, that had various furniture from different periods, including a card table owned by John Hancock and a chair owned by Abraham Lincoln only to mention a very tiny amount. After that we had a tour through an exhibit called With Liberty and Justice for All. This ...