Shanty Creek Resorts - Cedar River Village
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So tomorrow my adventure begins. I'm leaving at 7:30am January 12, 2015 Eastern Standard Time, and arriving at 5pm January 14, 2015 Auckland Time. I will never see the day January 13, 2015. How weird is that?! It's a long time to be traveling, but it will all be worth it when the wheels hit the tarmac in Auckland. There are so many lovely people to meet and so many incredible places to see!
I'm excited to WWOOF ...
... the entire funeral home for Bill's celebration the next day, including the unfinished 3rd floor and outdoor gardens.
On the day of the celebration, I was really psyched up on my way to the florist's to pick up two dozen white roses that were beautifully arranged in our fluted vase that I had provided earlier. Bill loved white roses! I took him a fresh dozen every week for the 6 weeks he was hospitalized and another dozen for our 1st ...
... to have lots of hugs and more hugs, a few tears, lots of conversations about our fond memories, lots of laughs and the pure joy of being with family & friends. Thank you for all of your love & support for Bill.
Lots of love, Walt
Here is his final obituary. The wonderful candid photo was taken by Phil during the summer of 2013 on the top deck of a ferry going to Mackinac Island and was included with his obituary shown in ...
Bill graduated from Lapeer High School in Lapeer, MI in 1973. He attended Kalamazoo Valley Community College. He loved music and became a church organist and pianist for several years. He was an Attendant Nurse for the State of Michigan for several years. He found the love of his life Walter Kroupa of Traverse City, MI in 1977 in Lansing, MI and remained together for 36 years before getting married. Bill & Walt eloped to Ontario, Canada ...
... to SAG WAG Central. Amazing Maura was in Ellsworth within 10 minutes! We took the white, backup bike off the rack for the first rescue mission. I had named her, "The Old Gray Mare" and I hoped she would be, just like she used to be. MTC loaded Surly on the DL rack and drove 55 miles to Traverse City, a cutting edge mecca of 14,172 ...