If you caught my first entry, you might think that Ann Arbor is simply a University, but in fact it's a 100,000+ person community that was founded in 1824 by a Virginian and a New Yorker.
I've spent nearly five hours during the past two weeks simply walking through the city, with info in hand, getting the lay of the land, enjoying the neighborhoods, and seeing the historic sites. The photos capture about 1% of what I've seen, but hopefully give a feeling for this lovely little spot.
Many evenings have also been spent enjoying live music at SummerFest. While there's a handful of paid performances, this outdoor festival offers free music, six nights a week, for an entire month! I'm sorry to see it coming to a close soon.
Otherwise, life goes on with dental torture, a bit of work, some house managing, training for a cycling event, a few delicious beers with a friend, and a self-imposed headache, as I start thinking of writing "the book".
Cyclist, writer, teacher, avid reader, bike/ped advocate, nomad, pie lover