Will be leaving May 10th for Michigan!


Backing up files – getting all the little details done – Can’t wait for Jaybird to be home and do the final stuff on the camper tomorrow! I am so excited – looking forward to seeing as much of the family as I can (have a HUGE family) while in Michigan – been way over 20 years since I’ve been up there – also have many family I haven’t met yet but have been talking to for years – feel like I already know them – can’t wait to meet them in person and give them all a BIG HUG~ Will be leaving around noon on Friday! Going via 55 to 57 to 94 up – looking to be in West Branch Michigan Sunday~ I will be adding photo’s and videos once I return May 19th~

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