Tecumseh Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is going to save me from jet lag. :)
We tried to pack light knowing that small, light bags would mean our travels will be much easier and more enjoyable. We've definitely done some packing and unpacking and re-packing hoping that we've got the right combination of items to keep us comfortable without weighing us down. I'm not convinced we've mastered it just yet. Any thoughts on what ...
... list that haven't even THOUGHT about packing yet!!!. In as little as twelve hours I will be departing for Antarctica. Yes, that Bright the bottom the frozen Continent! The trip promises to be along and arduous one:
DFW to DTW Today
DTW to MIA Tomorrow
DTW to EZE (points if you Know that) Tomorrow / Friday
EZE to USH (more points) Friday
Ushiaui, Tierra del Fuego board ship on Saturday
As things sit night now ...
... Farm, and I had been aware of it since I arrived there. For the last saturday of July they had been planning a big blowout for local farmers, CSA members, and regulars at farmer's markets. Mostly, the event was for promoting not only Hand Sown, but also the small-farm ideal, represented by having all food provided come from local farms (except for one or two herbs or spices, if I remember correctly). Following this first-annual event came the monthly breakfast at ...
... into the loft above the barn, where I had an entire barn's worth of space instead of the confines of my tent-prison. I stretched out quite a bit up there. There is even a futon to sleep on! I had the rest of the day off, so I spent the day doing my usual day-off routine, which was to go to Zou Zou's, a coffee house in Chelsea, and then the Chelsea library, where I would read, answer emails, and write this blog. Days well ...
... be a different story. Also, Denis is still not healthy enough to be walking 4 or 5 hours which would be what I think would be the thing to do in downtown Chicago. After we left the KOA this morning we headed to the I-90 allowing Garmin to direct us over to the Michigan International Speedway near Brooklyn, Michigan which Denis wanted to check out and look into tickets. The I-90 is a toll road-- $1.50 then $1.50 then $1.80 -- at this third ...