Rivertown Inn & Suites Downtown Detroit
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... zones (which didn't really slow us down much). The land remained flat (like Essex county where Windsor is situated) - mainly cornfields with the occasional soy bean field. Went through a small bit of Ohio and then Indiana. Large antique stores are very popular in this area. Crossed in Illinois and spent time at the Visitor's Info Centre to determine which State Park to try and what to see in the State.
... with Uncle Bud from our FAVORITE Michigan restaurant - Sahara. Coming to Michigan is like coming home for all of us. The girls were born here and Sarah and Adam spent their early married years here. No matter how long we are away it will always have a feeling of home. Kids also became familiar with fish flies ...
... As we parked our car along with another senior couple we exchanged the requisite, "where are you going", "what will you be doing?" When we explained our call the Brother said, "Ohhh... that'll be tough! I hear they have big problems with that program in Paraguay." " And the temple there, I hear that it's WAY underutilized." Having absorbed his best punch to the gut, it now became his wife's turn. Pointing at Chris' hair with a wag of her finger, ...
... since the glass, greenhouse like ceiling ends and it's a real ceiling now. Our flight is schedule as "on time" until a few minutes pass and now it's delayed. Apparently, the plane is delayed leaving Peoria to come to Chicago. When the plane arrives they call for boarding and then a second later they announce that that plane needs a tire changed. Finally after a delay of 1 hour, 30 minutes, we board this tiny, little ...
... I kept thinking about
what was worth saving. As we went
through Detroit and saw the devastation from the wrecking balls of change, from
the fires from the 1967 race riots and from the more recent abandonment of the
city because of the economic downturn, I felt some of the lamentations of the
people on both of the buses.
The Polish group tsked at what was
no longer there and sighed at the cruel hands of fate ...