"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."
Looking to the board for help planning a summer vacation up to Michigan. My folks live in Michigan and are now in their 70s. Rather than our usual visit which mostly involves me, my wife, and the kids sitting around my parents' home, I'd like to plan something a bit different this year.
My sister and her kids also have families, so am looking to find a large home or some place with enough room for up 14 people to stay for a weekend. Some place near the water, beach with lots of family friendly activities for young and old would be ideal. Ideally looking for very specific advice, a town, a place to rent, things we can do.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Well, those of us that enjoy this weekend and all that entails, I have a little nugget of wisdom to share. Myself, a Veteran of 06-07 Baghdad, I'm asking a favor of my MGOBloggers. Please do not thank a Veteran on Memorial Day. It just makes us think about our brothers we lost, which, in turn, is the real reason for Memorial Day. We lived. Although, I'm sure we understand the appreciation, and, in turn, appreciate the appreciation, this holiday is not for us. It's for those that didn't make it. Honor them. I couldn't think of a better first forum post. Thanks! Your lover of 80's SNL stars,
I'll be spending most of the long weekend with people I'm not exactly fond of, doing things I'd rather not do.
Is anyone doing something fun this weekend? Taking the boat out? Getting on a plane and taking a vacation? Two chicks at the same time?
Tell us all about your plans.
Looks like a bidding war has ensued between Buffalo and Toronto, who appeared out of the running as late as yesterday. Wings final offer is firm at 5 years, 20 million. Buffalo and Toronto said to be in the 65 million total range, with 6.5/year thrown around.
Safe to say that Babcock is likely gone at this point unless he REALLY loves Detroit.
Pretty good story about a song I always loved, and will love even more now that I know that "out past the cornfields where the woods got heavy" is a reference to a place in Ann Arbor.