Saturday, December 22, 2007

Through the Fog

Here we are back in Michigan. Most of the trip was spent driving through fog. We arrived here last night after 9. All day yesterday we drove through fog. After Green Bay the fog was so bad that we drove about 50 mph almost the whole way, which is 4 hours! When we hit the Baraga County line it wasn't foggy anymore. Zach went and spent the night at his dad's last night. He had fun hanging out with him, playing chess and eating venison jerky. This morning after breakfast the kids got bundled up and played in the snow. They saw quickly how hard it is to walk in snow! At least it wasn't too cold out! We're supposed to get snow tonight. Hopefully we make it up to church tomorrow! Then we meet up with Zach's family at his dad's house! I can't wait! All 12 cousins will get to play together, including Amie's kiddos! We'll only be missing Zach's brother, Adam. It is so nice to be out of the car! I was exhausted last night, and not the most pleasant person to be around. That's what happens when you are sleep deprived and drive for so long in such a short period of time, staring through the thickest fog!

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