Applesauce Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... north. The flat terrain of southern and central Michigan gradually gave way to the rolling hills of northern Michigan. We eventually reached the southern shores of Lake Charlevoix, and followed it’s edge for 15 miles until we reached Charlevoix proper.
Skirting the edge of town, we made our way to Mike and Terri’s home. Chris’ parents live about five miles from Charlevoix proper, and have ...
... up with a 40 minute delay getting across the border and continuing our trip. We finally make it to the Gaylord KOA about 5 PM. It is a beautiful campground and although it is quite large, it is really quiet. After being sleep deprived for the past several days due to the late nights visiting with family we were really looking forward to a good nights rest.
....the pouring rain started about 11 ...
... up for any deviations from the famous itinerary. It's been a long day of driving but we made it to Gaylord Michigan, Bob Evans restaurant next to the hotel, so we don't even need to get back in the Tahoe today. After a big supper Ciera and I decided to walk to Walmart to get snack and drinks for tomorrow's drive, the old guy didn't come with us....claims he's allergic to Walmart....pffft! Tomorrows destination Niagara ...
Today was to be a short day of traveling. It is a short trip to Mackinaw, Michigan from Traverse City. Traveling north, enjoying my McDonald's coffee, A moose sculpture caught my eye as I was entering a small community as well as a city park sign. I was thinking the park would be on Lake Michigan and give me the opportunity to paddle lake no 4 on this trip. The moose sculpture was on the edge of beautiful gardens full of metal art like I had ...
... detect something that might be there. But just as our consciousness is a maze, so too is our body. Everywhere you turn there’s darkness, and a blind spot. Everywhere you find silent hints, everywhere a surprise is waiting for you.”
--- Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running