The Candlewyck House
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... timed Katy and Glenn this morning whilst at Andrews. Stopped off at a farmshop cafe shop where we had some home made soup which was lovely. Spoke to a lady who made jams in different flavours and I bought a strawberry, rhubarb and ginger. Also had a latte and a free water. Followed instructions to Pentwater but stopped again on way at a rest area as Geoff was in need of a sleep. Then carried on and arrive at ...
... He had to dodge the waves as they splashed against the wall. He got a little wet in the process. There was a light house at the end of the break wall but the waves were too high to get to it without getting soaked so he went as far as possible for pictures! There are sand dunes in this area of the lake. There was a state park that included the dunes that looked very nice. It’s so unusual to see sand and sand dunes near a ...
... and his adventures in Tobermory at the Scotch Distillery.
The boys have been busy since we arrived home too! The first week was soccer camp for Emery and Band drill for both boys. The next week was Band Camp with a wonderful halftime show for parents and community members at the end of the week. (If P&E ever get around to it you might hear about their ...
What another wonderful day in Northern Michigan! We started the day with a long bike ride to a Lighthouse a few miles north of our campground along the coast. Then we road our bikes along the Big Sable river to a place called the Hamlin Dam. Lots of kids were fishing there. We had to get back to the RV for lunch because we had to switch sites for our 2nd night here by 1pm. After we did that we put on our bathing suits and got back on our bikes to head across the street ...
What a great morning! The sunshine returned so we got up and out early to catch the 8:30am ferry over to Mackinac Island; we also took our bikes along. Mackinac was so special and to think I didn't even know it existed until yesterday. Coincidently the only Michigan entry in our "1,000 Places to See Before You Die" book was the Grand Hotel which was on Mackinac. Check! There are no autos on this ...