After we saw Adam and Meghan, we found a Bed and Breakfast in Petrolia (Canada). It was about the same price as a Super 8 Motel in Sarnia, 10 miles away. Only a whole lot better! Tully's was GREAT.
The old Victoria House was built in 1896 and served as the rectory for the Anglican Church (down the street). It became available in 1988 when Gord and Betty Tully bought it. It opened for business in 1992. I has been completely restored and is a gem!
Tully's. Betty and Gord Tully love people and it was evident from the first moment we met them.
Betty cooked a fantastic breakfast, complete with fresh fruit, homemade coffee cake,
The other rooms in the house also had Victorian furniture (along with a Bose music system and speakers and a video/TV in the other room.)
In no time it was time to say goodbye and we headed back across the bridge to Port Huron.
We flew from Detroit, made a connecting flight to Houston and caught the shuttle bus out to where our car was parked. We loaded the bags and started out of the parking lot. Uh oh...
I had a flat tire. I pulled it over under the bright lights. And our ace mechanic/tire changer jumped into action.
We picked up Ed (her dog) at cousin Mark's and drove to Galveston to the Roadrunner. We got into bed shortly after 12:00 AM.
Please continue to pray for Meghan and Adam and her family and ours.
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