The Bridge Street Inn
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... 10 PM.
Tomorrow will be a down day, with no activities planned. I am certain Chris will take some time to show us around Charlevoix, and I’ll make certain I have my camera with me. Wednesday is a busy day, with a trip up to famous Mackinac Island AND the premier of Sharknado 3! I’m not sure how we’ll fit all of this excitement into one day, but we’re sure going to try!
... for us it was National Fudge day and the island's oldest fudge maker Murdick's Fudge was giving away free fudge so of course we got some free and bought more - just like they wanted! Fudge had its beginnings on the island in the 1887's. There were quite a lot of fudge shops to choose from.
The Chuck Wagon was a great place for lunch with their claim to have the best hamburgers on the island - which must have been true ...
... will take place on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the Reynold-Jonkhoff Funeral Home at 305 6th St., Traverse City, MI. (231) 947-6347.
In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated for the new Cowell Family Cancer Center being built at Munson Hospital. Contact Des Worthington at (231) 935-6509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The family is being served by the Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
... about two million years ago, glacial action scraped the earth and spread the fossils across the northern Lower Peninsula, depositing major concentrations in the Petoskey area. The prehistoric fossil, unique to the Traverse Group rock strata, is called the Petoskey Stone and is Michigan’s official state stone.
... by Michigan law. He was only in the hospital for one night, two days. We were able to attend Bill's niece's wedding downstate last Saturday, which Bill really enjoyed. A team of doctors met to give us options going forward. Initially, they thought both tumors could be treated with radiation. However, early this morning, our Radiation Oncologist (who was on vacation last week) called to say they now recommend surgery ...