Category Archives: Road Trips

In Meijerland on the way to our Stratford Break

We did our best to leave Deerfield by 8:00 AM, with the plan on having lunch with our good friends in the Ann Arbor area. Good friends and also in-laws, John and Cheryl, set the bar very high for in-laws … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Road Trips, Theatre, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

Canada’s 150th!

Canada turned 150. When I rationally think of that, I cannot help but think that it is not possible. How can it be that our neighbor to the north is not almost as old as our country? Then when you … Continue reading

Posted in Canada, Life in general, Road Trips, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

It’s better in a Tahoe

Many years ago, when we were driving the most ‘uncool’ cars, according to our sons, we were driving our rental van out west, on our way to Yellowstone. The boys, during these countless hours, marveled at the cool cars that … Continue reading

Posted in Cars, Life in general, Road Trips, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

Galena, days four and five (departure)

Day 4 found us with MK staying in with the one year old so we could make sure he got his naps in well. She was fine with that and so the rest of us got in the car and … Continue reading

Posted in Grandkids, Life in general, Road Trips, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment

Smashing Coffee beans and Day 3 in Galena

Everyone seemed to sleep well the previous night and all are in better spirits. Although the two grandkids have colds, they are not seemingly bad ones and they are rolling with the punches, at least better than they had been … Continue reading

Posted in Life in general, Road Trips, Thoughts and philosophy | Leave a comment