Horton Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... 8217;s major orchestras! We actually met the voice and choral instructor as we walked around the campus and he gave us lots of information including that it costs $58,000 a year to attend. Of course he said there are scholarships and grants, etc. to help out with the cost. The buildings around campus were quite interesting – some dating back to 1928 and others more modern and even more building going on. The practice buildings were interesting as ...
... she waited on the top of a high bluff...but the exhausted cubs had drowned in the lake :(
the mother bear stayed and waited in hopes that her cubs would finally appear... impressed by the mother bear's determination ...
... hopefully for the last time until we hit Dad's place in about four days), then headed home for the evening. Both coming and going, we got caught by the drawbridge in Charlevoix. The bridge goes up and down on the half hour to allow boats too big to pass under it access to and from Lake Michigan. After dinner, Mike lit a Swedish log candle that Chris had brought with him from Watkin's Glen. This ingenious little device consisted of about an 18 inch section of hardwood ...
... and they remain unmolested until you come back (or, in some cases, stagger back) to claim them in the evening. We repeated what we had done yesterday, staking out a spot below the beer tent and very close to the splash pad where Jenna likes to play. Actually, the ladies did the claiming, as Mike, Chris and I had stopped by Chris' grandma's house to set up a tent for a family function on Sunday.
It was about 2:30 in the afternoon before Chris and ...
... at the Venetian Festival today, Charlevoix is a community that's doing fine.
After an easy morning, we loaded up and headed into town about one o'clock. Chris wanted to stop by Andy's, a local deli, to pick up some sandwiches to take downtown with us. And what sandwiches they were! Made to order by a four person team, these sandwiches were served on fresh rolls with generous portions of the ingredients you chose on your ...