Travel Blogs from Mackinac Island
... br> We took our bikes on the ferry at $8 per bike, they want you to rent them for $8 an hour:) so the get you:)) The ferry also costs $26 per person but it is worth it to see the island.
We took the 8 mile bike ride and ate our lunch next to Lake Huron. The path is all paved and goes around the whole island. It is 99% flat and a lot of fun and gives you some very nice views of the shore.
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... is on Lake Huron, and is really the dividing point between the upper peninsula and the lower peninsula of Michigan. We have now seen Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.
We are having a wonderful trip, the dogs are having fun and the truck and the camper are doing great!!
Remember -- Life is Good!!
... and all four movies showings started at 7PM. We enjoyed Tom Cruise in "Edge of Tomorrow". We had a hard time finding a restaurant serving after 9PM but luckily stumbled upon Nonna Lisa’s Italian Restaurant in Mackinaw City. It was magical inside with the most creative stuffed animal displays and furniture made out of trees. One of the neatest places we've ever eaten!
... 6 mile highway to Point Iroquois Lighthouse, where the boys and Dex climbed to the top and Maggie
and I walked the beach along Lake Superior. Driving further to Paradise, MI and then to Tahquamenon Lower Falls, where we hiked thru a million mosquitoes to view the falls. A long
drive back to St. Ignace, we stopped at the Mackinaw Grill for dinner and then did 3 more geocaches before getting back to camp and the campfire and s’mores.
... started pulling out earlier we followed suit and were on the road just after 7am. We are early risers but usually don't get on the road till approaching 9am. A little too far east with me forgetting the newly planned route and then back west and then north to the U.P. as they call it (Upper Peninsula of Michigan) with St. Ignace as a destination, just the other side ...
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