Au Train Lake B&B & Cottage
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Arrived at Otter Creek campground this morning and will just stay overnight. Shortly after we arrived, Luke got loose and ran into dense woods chasing a squirrel. it took 30 minutes of traipsing into the woods to find him and catch him. Certainly gave us a scare. Spent this afternoon on a boat cruise along Pictured Rock National Shoreline. The colorful towering cliffs along the Lake Superior shoreline are amazing. At times it looks like a ...
After a warm, cozy night sleeping in a real bed, we got on the road around 8:30 am est. We have a ways to go today to get to Bracebridge, but should be there just after suppertime. My mom has a roast out, as she does every time we come and if we are late we will probably get roast beef sandwiches...(Mom must have a freezer full of 'Guest Roasts' that she saves for visitors) By the way, the temperature this morning was a whopping 10c....so sleeping in the tent would have ...
... so they can help themselves... We made it as far as Munising, MI and got a hotel room and a bottle of wine. We are still cooking suppers from the food that we rescued from the motorhome 2 days ago and today that was done on the BBQ on the grass outside the motel's parking lot. Paranoia has set in and tonight we are sleeping with Ron's bicycle so no one can steal it off the roof...the canoe won't fit in the door ...but the car is parked right outside the window... Nate, whose ...
6-26-14 – Munising, MI
A 127 mile drive in the cold cloudy morning brought us to Munising, MI. We set up our camp at the Tourist Park Campground and made reservations for a 4:00 to 6:00 PM glass bottom boat Shipwreck Tour on Lake Superior. We saw 3 of the 350 ships wrecked in recorded history. The cold, ...
... The American ones seemed more impressive or perhaps it's that I'm more interested now or that 30 plus years have meant things change. There is a large two level covered viewing area and no named chairs for the regulars but we did end up standing by an obvious regular as he knew how long it took to lower the ship in the first lock and details of the bulk carrier, Walter J. McCarthy Jr., that carried either iron ore or coal - our ...