Summers Inn Ludington
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left South Bend around 1pm after doing a load of washing at Cheryl's. Very kind of her. We had been round a bonfire last night so some clothes smelt of smoke of course. We had a lovely lovely time at theirs. Mainly relaxing and chatting and drinking and eating. We were made very welcome and would defo come again as they asked f we would. Travelled to Pentwater where we are stopping for one night at Days ...
... He had to dodge the waves as they splashed against the wall. He got a little wet in the process. There was a light house at the end of the break wall but the waves were too high to get to it without getting soaked so he went as far as possible for pictures! There are sand dunes in this area of the lake. There was a state park that included the dunes that looked very nice. It’s so unusual to see sand and sand dunes near a ...
... the Gatorade chews and Sophie a bottled water to hand off to Kirk. He had already begun to slow in his pace. Would he make it during the amount of time he had set as a personal goal? Could he stay on pace? Only time would tell. And then.....the hills began, 14 miles into the race.
Our fourth and final stop was after the first bunch of hills.....his time had really dropped of. Now about 16 minutes behind where he wanted to be. You can see ...
... Emery and two of his good buddies all made the Varsity soccer team this year. We are so very excited to see Em, Carter and Nick playing together again after a three year hiatus. (They have played together since 2nd grade!)
While we are missing the first Cross Country meet and the first soccer games of the season, we have gathered with Kirk's parents, ...
... saw some wildlife. First, John spotted a beautiful blue jay right outside our RV. Then he was outside and a whole gang of wild turkeys came to visit...i'm talking a whole community, maybe about 20 and of all ages, lots of little ones, too. They weren't running crazy like other flicks I have seen in the wild before, they just moseyed over to see what we were doing and then went on their way. During our bike ride over to the lighthouse we saw a bald eagle! Always ...