Ink'S Spot B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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For those of you that don't believe my post from yesterday about the bagpipes...I managed to catch a video of him this morning, after Mom and I got home from church. I was going to ask him to come up to the house and play for the people across the street that were up till 2am, doing Karaoke in the backyard, round the fire. The later it got, the louder the songs, ...
Mom lives next to this odd guy (a young fellow with a wife and 4 kids) who cuts his grass but goes around any clumps of weeds that look like they might be flowers. They don't have any real, planted gardend, just these mini wild oasis spotted around the property. So, you can imagine what the lawn looks like! He has little random gardens of Queen Anne's Lace, thistles, buttercups, etc. And he is trying to hide the mailboxes on the corner of ...
... Mountain Bakery in Marquette. We are all set up in what we call 'Langevin Lane' with power and water. It's hot here but we can't run the air conditioner as it will blow the fuse in Mom's house. So, if it is too hot, we will just drag our bed into her basement and sleep there. We may go off grid for a while now while we visit family and friends. So we may not be posting every day for the next week or so...but, stay tuned, we do have a trip home to get through ...
... down in Toronto, Paul and I gave each other a congratulatory kiss and we said, "We did it!" It didn't seem possible, but after five years of planning and 315 days of traveling, we were home! My mother met us at the airport - tears glistening in her eyes because she had her babies home again - I think that may have meant me and Paul too this time! (Dad couldn't join us at the airport as there wasn't enough room in the ...
... in his hand, overlooking the maze of bushes and tall grass to confirm the upcoming clearing was indeed our destination lake.
We picked the tip site in the bottom of Rosebary Lake, the last site before Long Bow. Upon reaching our selected site, the first thing I noticed close to the fire pit were two canned food items the former inhabitants of the site rudely left us - a can of beans and potatoes. Did they think they were doing us a favour by feeding us? ...