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12F when we awoke can't imagine what 75F even feels like any more. Packed up the car and headed to the airport with our car and house sitter Miss Elizabeth in tow. Our flight was delayed slightly by de-icing however we were soon in the air and heading to warmer climates. Checked in at the hotel (bags all arrived!) ...
... in the air and scream I DID IT! And I'll know, that I can do anything.
Thank you from the bottom of my soul to all of you who have instilled these thoughts in me. There's no greater gift you could have given me. You all, are my most prized treasure. And please know, that I will be there for you, when it's time for your big adventure, whatever it may be. I love you all so much and I can't wait to tell you all about it.
... is part of our fascination. The newly elected Mayor is more of a figurehead than ever before, and is quoted in the paper as “trying to figure out the uneasy” relationship with the trustee. This is new governance territory for everyone.
2 hours later we return the bikes and walk a mile up to the Eastern Market, which we find out is the largest farmer’s market in America. We are there late in the afternoon and the vendors are semi packing up and the 5 mile ...
... play. Radio stations would only play three artists a day from a record label. To hear more artists, they created more labels. I also learned that they created echo chambers to make the music sound better. One of the echo chambers was made by cutting a hole in the ceiling.
We saw the original lobby of Motown, a couch in Berry Gordy's apartment where Marvin Gaye actually slept, a candy bar machine where Stevie Wonder used to get his Baby Ruths, and Studio A where ...
... day of school.
Kelly ordered Middle Eastern takeout and we had a bite to eat before heading into Detroit to the new (to me) Comerica Stadium. Kelly loaned us her Cadillac Escalade, with gps, and VIP parking pass making the experience of driving into Detroit City, after dark, pleasant and SAFE. Detroit looks like a bombed out war zone, except for pockets of development like Comerica Stadium, with the ...