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... in 1966) and Bronner's Bavarian Corner (opened in 1971).
3. Bronner's original building was purchased by Star of the West Milling Co. and currently houses offices and showroom space for them.
4. The present Bronner building opened June 8, 1977. The first salesroom expansion opened May 1991. The most recent salesroom expansion opened May 2002.
5. On ...
... Silent Night" in over 300 languages. Jim found an interesting fact about the reason "Silent Night" was performed with guitar for its first performance. The organ was in need of repair so it wasn't playable hence the guitar. He said if he had known he would have fixed the organ in time for the performance!
We head for Petoskey, MI Sunday. This stop should really be a step up for our stay. So stay tuned for the latest!
... tell the of Pied Piper. The clock is old and imported from Germany. Then we went for a WORLD FAMOUS CHICKEN DINNER at Zehnders Bavarian Inn. Still stuffed from lunch and it's 9 PM.
Check out the Bronners pictures. Plan your own trips - its on 1384 miles to the north.
Got to go to bed early again - another early day planned. ...
... sad to say good bye to the trail, which as you can see from the picture I pretty much had to myself. It was also blessed by stunning scenery along the route.
Unfortunately, for every positive there is negative. The rest of the day was through pretty and attractive countryside and though i was elated after the first stage of the day, I hit a very big wall. It wasn't until after I had arrived at my destination that I realised why. The reason was that ...
... been one of the worst I’ve stayed over the years, a motel where not only the front office smelled like Indian food but my room did too. Rather than heading directly for the border at Port Huron I followed Route 25 along the Lake Huron shoreline around Michigan’s thumb. Like the area around Frankenmuth, the thumb is very flat and agricultural, and although the other towns don’t have Frankenmuth’s ...