Skipping tonight's Gas Stations of History We passed so many Ford plants today I remembered a gem Lisa sent me. Her brother's '51 Ford:
(can you see and remember the half moons on the headlights?, Thanks Lisa)
(Also posting early again, we have lost the net about 6 times trying to get this in.)
For Tuesday’s stuff:
We left the park in the middle of Ohio farm country was great. We walked a couple trails while there..
This was the scene leaving the park, facing a recently mowed wheat or straw field:
I had hoped to see at least one barn with Ohio painted on it. I missed them. We used to see several. (this from the net)
I believe it was in Toledo we saw the GIANT JEEP plant I was not ready and did not get a picture.
Entering Michigan the roads turned pretty rough. There was some construction with some very tight lanes. When you are driving an 8’ wide vehicle, 10-12 feet lanes between trucks and a cement barrier just takes a lot of concentration. I am used to it, Jack Jr has driven trucks, but not recently. He does a good job
Landscape for a little while was like Ohio.
But then bridges and industrial scenes.
I remembered seeing
this giant Uniroyal tire the last time up.
I don’t remember seeing this sign before does it mean when you get to Canada you ain't coming back? LOL:
This giant sign made me smile, I like it:
North east of Detroit the farm lands returned as we neared Canada. We will stay about 5 miles from Canada but not enter. This RV site is the tightest yet, but the staff is nice. .
We parked and set off back to Ypsilanti to see Johnny
We spent some time chatting and made plans for dinner with him and his daughter Candy. We have never been in this area around Detroit (NE), and wanted to see this park. Down side it is 75 miles from Johnny. LOL
I can’t believe it, he is a year younger than I and he has turned into an old man.LOL