Stafford's Bay View Inn
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... and the longest suspension bridge between anchorages in the Western Hemisphere. Mackinaw City is the most popular tourist city in the state of Michigan. Since it was late in the tourist season the crowds were less than in the peak time during the summer. We stayed at a great campground over looking Lake ...
... we think) sandhill cranes . . . that we saw on the trip into Marquette! No picture this time, though!!
Oh, the night before, while stilling on Nick & Connie's sheltered patio, Nick thought he saw an animal . . . he wanted me to get up and look at it, but when I got out of my chair, it made a noise and I spooked it. Nick mentioned it, and Carol thought she had seen something, too . . . and it looked like a wolf! Nick knew it was bigger than a fox . . . ...
... we continued cruising Georgian Bay for a couple of days and found good anchorages at Covered Portage and Baie Fine. We used our dinghy to get a little closer to shore once we dropped anchor and discovered wild blueberries along some of the shorelines. John also used his scuba gear to take a close look at the bottom of the boat. The water was crystal clear, but a bit chilly, so it was a short swim.
Little Current was our next stop where ...
... we discovered a bookstore, a nautical shop, clothing boutiques, gifts shops and a kitchen supply store. The boys looked at boats in the harbor docked on a beautiful afternoon. Dinner at a restaurant called Turkey Pizzaria. We shared a large pizza and it was delicious. Before we left, we enjoyed a jazz musician participating in an event called Musique in Harbor Springs. There were performers on every block. Back at the condo, we packed what we could and went to ...
... the sunlight shimmer on the surface during the day, the moon doing the same thing at night. The array of stars can be breathtaking. Sunrises and sunsets seem to take place ever so gradually, much slower than they do observing them on land. And when a colorful spinnaker or other sail is hoisted, bursting with the wind and driving the boat forward, it is a thrill nearly unmatched. Then there is the sound, only ...