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Summer exits on the 23rd of September. Finishing it up I ventured to Frankenmuth, Michigan with my husband, George. The famous Zehnder’s Restaurant was the perfect place to have dinner and enjoy their famous baked chicken dinner.

Lots of wonderful things in Frankenmuth. German style hotels, shops, bridges, mills, and the most beautiful flowers.  (That’s George in front of Zehnder’s.)

I loved the quaint covered bridge. Note the car coming across. I was especially taken with the beautiful flowers in Frankenmuth. Every store front, every sidewalk, every lamp post was adorned with gorgeous flowers of all types. One interesting site is the grain elevator. McDonald’s uses the grain stored in these elevators for their buns.

McDonald Grain Elevators

George enjoyed the day (can’t you tell!). It was such a great way to end our summer trips.

Below are previous pictures…

Some fellows I knew well had a terrific time this summer at Willow Run Airport, near Bellvelle, Michigan – checking out old war-time airplanes. Check out Rosie the Riveter in the last photo. She’s looks so real!

Notice the rainbow in the distance.. An omen to wonderful friendships.
Rosie is with 98-year old Cal. AMAZING

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Some fun things recently

My husband, George and me riding in an Amish buggy in Shipshewana, Indiana. No, he isn’t holding the reigns, he’s snapping this selfie.
Celebrating the new 2019 at midnight. Happy to be welcoming a brand new year.
Port Clinton, Ohio. The Jet Express sailing to near-by islands in Lake Erie. A great place for summer fun every year. Notice the fishing rod and the cooler. Not ours, but fun to watch people fishing.
The beautiful rocks at Wisconsin Del. A magnificent place to see. Breath-taking monster rocks. We loved being there.