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... 8211; Monday
We were rudely awakened about 7:30 AM (the only morning we actually were asleep at 7:30!) by a sharp knock on the door and a lady informing us we couldn’t have a tent erected here. Too upscale, I guess!
Dex and the boys hiked Indigo Bluffs Trail in the morning while I stayed at the RV and caught up on bills and chores. After lunch, we all (including Maggie) headed out to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive in ...
... humidity to speak of. We have had a couple days of rain but can't complain about the weather.
The area is just starting to get active for the summer with festivals and farmers markets just starting to gear up. This weekend is the BBQ and Brew festival in Glen Arbor. We are looking forward to a beautiful and active summer.
... do you want to go with me tonight to watch the 1968 July 4th fireworks on Lake Michigan?” Bonnie asks.
“Oh yes, I’d love to see the Glen Lake fireworks.”
“Great, I’ll drive us to our house after work, and we’ll walk to the beach from there.”
“Wow, look at the spectacular sunset,” I observe on our way to Bonnie’s house.
“We have so many vivid red ...
... White Fish, Taco style) we went to the fish market to buy some “Wicked” yummy smoked salmon and white fish.
Then took a ride up to Northport down to Sutton Bay and on back to Platte Lake Campground where we are stationed for a couple nights.
Friday, the 13th, we are off to Luddington State Park, but not before a hike down to Lake Michigan shore line from the State Park. Did we mention the color of the lakes is like the blue of the ...
... Sleeping Bear Dunes, 20 miles east of Traverse City. It is a really unique and beautiful park. The area was voted the most beautiful place in America by the Today Show a couple of years ago. Debbie has wanted to buy here since the first time she saw it. She just got her wish.