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... the to just outside Sarnia for yet more pickups. No traffic crossing over to Port Huron, had to get off the bus with everyone else and go through customs. Not to painful at all. Corned beef on rye for dinner at the Mediterranean Grill and it was yucky. Board the plane for the flight to Paris at 8:40 pm and depart at 9:35. Well, all for now, possibly another edition upon arrival in Paris. ...
12 rivers crossed
1 National Monument
1 lost wallet
1 found wallet
2 Chuckwagon dinners
2 Cowboy shows
5 horses (riding)
1 mophie that saved the day
40 postcards (sent to themselves and others)
Trip: Approximately $6,000.00
... reactions of people to my adventure. Some who I wouldn't think would find it interesting have been the most excited for me and others who seem all about baseball, don't seem to care that I am doing this. Today's stadium in Detroit is the last ballpark I have yet to visit since I am finishing my tour at Coors' Field which I have visited many times previously.
Comerica Park leaves no doubt as to what the team mascot is. Thinking back on it I cannot think ...
... I had no cheesecake!) and discussed many things.
Among all of this I finally came to a conclusion. Remember we were told that we'd remember this convention forever?
Well, I was looking for a new thought from the Faithful Slave, or some big news or something, but there was really nothing along those lines. And then it dawned on me!
The thing we'd remember forever was the boundless love of the brothers and ...
... buses and walking to get around. It was somewhat less busy than Rome. Although I liked Florence, it was my least favorite city. I enjoyed seeing all of the artwork but I felt Florence didn't have a liveliness like Rome. In Venice, there were no cars or mopeds. Everyone walked or used water transportation to move around. I really enjoyed that characteristic of the city. The Grand Canal really gave Venice a special ...