Monday, October 29, 2012

The Biggest Out-of-State Trip Ever: Detroit, Michigan

That other post is off. I'm sorry, but my mom told me that my Owl City paper was a bad idea to put up on my blog, because, besides followers, someone could try to steal all the hard work I did on the paper. So it's deleted. But the concert is not. Now I'm going back to talk about the rest of the trip. I'm now going to talk about Detroit, Michigan.

After touring through the rest of Nauvoo, we did a lot of driving again to get to another place. We were enjoying the drive a little. So, we stopped in Detroit Michigan and stayed at a hotel for a couple of days until it's time to travel again. In Detroit, we had some fun there. We went to a fun factory where they made some very good chocolate. It was the only chocolate factory in Detroit, but it was very good.

Even though some parts of the trip that we're aren't touring other parts for church history, we still do Teach's challenge. The challenge is to give a nice person a Book of Mormon. The nice person who was totally respectful of us and did something nice for us. It is a fun challenge.

Anyway, after the Chocolate factory, we went to tour another factory in Detroit. It was my little brother, Sport's favorite factory. It was the Ford factory. It's where they make a whole bunch of vehicles for lots of people who need them. We couldn't take a lot of pictures of us at the Ford factory, but I'm sure it was totally a blast. So, after the Ford Factory, we then started driving to a little town in Detroit where they had a cupcake store that all us, kids were excited for it. It was so delicious about a lady who worked there that she was very nice. So we then found the Detroit, Michigan LDS temple. We didn't take much pictures of it but one. We were only stopping by it for a few minutes before we were having dinner at the Cracker Barrel. Detroit was totally a fun trip, but I still have lots of places to talk about of wherever we traveled.
There is one more thing that I like to talk about our trip in Michigan. We found the Michigan Lake and we started to wade in it. This might sound silly, but we didn't have our swimsuits, so we we had to wade in the lake in our clothes. It was fun though. After we waded in the lake, we started to look through the laundry bag to find a new pair of clothes.

Detroit was really fun to see the factories and the temple there. Next time I'm going to talk about our trip to Kirtland, Ohio. I'm sure you will love the rest of the trip.


  1. What fun, Nathan. I love being spontaneous like that! Sounds like quite a great family trip.

  2. P. S. Your siblings are so cute!


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