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... of the window that overlooks the lake. Mirza was stabbing his baked potato with his fork going, "Mmm mm mmmm" and I started making fun of him. All you heard coming from our table was "Mmm Mmm Mmm" and a bunch of laughter. The manager was clearing off the table behind us, laughing at us. That's one thing I can say with the pair of us: we make people laugh wherever we go. After dinner, Mirza went back to the tent and I went and took a nice, long hot shower. Then it was lights ...
... short but pretty. The water at the end was absolutely amazing. The way the shades of the water blend from clear to blue was absolutely incredible. It's nothing like the lovely brown water back in PA. We admired its beauty and then went back to the car. We drove all the way around the upper part of the island until we made it back to Big Bay State Park. We went to the overlook and then to the beach. I dug my toes in the sand and let the waves wash over my feet. I found a couple of ...
... and stopped at Walmart to pick up some sleeping bags. That honestly took up most of our day. We caught the 8 o'clock ferry over to Madeline Island and drove to Big Bay State Park when we got there. We checked in and then it was time to set up the tent. I'm totally taking credit for most of it. I'll give a bit of credit to Mirza though... I didn't bring a hammer so he was resourceful and grabbed a log to hammer in the stakes. It worked out really well :) By the time we were done, ...
... 8217;t we staying in Wisconsin?" Marquette is also in Wisconsin and Suzy had set the GPS for Wisconsin instead of Michigan. Now the GPS says we are going to reach our destination at 7:30pm. Just a slight miscalculation. I’m sure glad we had to back track up HWY 51 because I’m sure we missed something. You know that the same road looks better in the opposite direction……… hhhmmmm
... I've photographed my 4-lb can of peanut butter and new food box. I was fortunate to be directed toward a co-op (Lakewinds) with a great selection of dry bulk goods for the sampling. Thanks, Norm. I'll try to include some thoughts on meal prep on the road once I put some meals together. You people seem to like food talk. My kind of people.