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... and the back window of the truck. On top of this was a pad, a mattress of sorts, and Pete had installed a bicycle tube that fit between the cab and the box and sealed the windows from any wind noise. We were loaded up and ready to go.
Go we did at 5 AM the next morning, Thursday the 11th. On our drive from KP to PV. We crossed the border at Port Huron, with little incident, as Homeland Security checked ...
... and take the main highway south. got tied up in road works which held us up for over 40 minutes. The clouds were getting lower and lower and visibility was dropping so a scenic trip around the thumb of Michigan was off the plan. Followed the highway all the way to Port Huron.
The highway in parts was 4 lanes each way, other times was 3 lanes and then 2 lanes. the speed limit did not change with the quality of the road surface or ...
Cruised the sights of Sarnia with Mick our personal tour guide. With a population of 72K was a bit too see. Crises along & through 'Chemical Valley' & checked out a few of the apartments owned / managed over the years. Of course, a good story came with each! Mini golf with the Davies family ...
We'll today we got to see the famous Mick's Shack and it did not disappoint what a setting and so peaceful what a lucky man to the 5 Aussie travellers that put that foil in upside down have attached what it looks like now. Then Molly and I went to a beach about 2 minutes away with Carolyn, Maddie and Tim the lake is called Lake Huron and it is one of the Great Lakes. If you haven't guessed by now Dad is helping a little bit with ...
... if there weren't so many other lakes, rivers, and canals to explore!
Until next time,
John, Camille, and Charlie