This Week at the Cabin

We have had a whirlwind of activity the past three weeks. So I'll tell you all about it but it may not flow chronologically.

June 11-14 we returned from the cabin to attend the NASCAR race in Brooklyn, MI. I was covering the race for InsiderRacingNews.com. We camped at the Michigan International Speedway campground. It was surprisingly a nice campground. We met some really nice people there and had lots of fun with them. Unbelievably, we camped by them in Branson. Tom had talked with their brother who was traveling with them. We decided that we were really meant to meet them. We hope to spend time with them again.

Writing at the racetrack is really hot, hard work but having Tom there made it better. We could meet often during the day.



We returned to the cabin on Monday with our oldest granddaughter Madelynn. We're having a good week watching boats, doing crafts and enjoying the sights of the Soo.

We are returning home on Saturday. The biggest news in our lives is that Tom and I have purchased the Benedict farm on 60th Street near Alto, Michigan. This is the farm where Tom moved when he was a year old. He lived there until we were married. We are very excited about this but our move date is still up in the air. We're hoping it will be sometime in June or early July. Tom's parent's called it The Busy Bee Farm and we're hoping it will be called that once again.


Last year the barn was voted Prettiest Barn in the Township. It really is a beautiful setting.

I'll keep you informed about our move.

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