The Listening Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... us to gooseberry jam and delish oatmeal cookies! (Note: flour from Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie is used!!!). A road sign near Houghton, MI, referenced a 390" snowfall 35 years ago, and this last winter, they were below this record by just 3"!!! Hot and muggy days were rough with no AC, so appreciated Marquette's Ford dealer who fixed us ...
We spent 2 days in Iron Mountain, Michigan. It is a nice little town with connections to Henry Ford, lumber for transporting cars and Kingsford, charcoal. The town is really split in 2, Iron Mountain and Kingsford with the total population of 16,000. We went to Pine Mountain Ski jump and hiked up the 500 stairs. It was a nice stress test!! The ski jump is one of the largest artificial ski jumps in the USA.
Thursday was a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and ...
... which still hosts a ski jumping championship every year, offers a view of the largest man-made ski jump in the U.S. along with a walk back into the history of the sport and its champions. They recently re-did the steps up to the base of the jump and it lists all the champions via plaques, You can also climb to the top of the ski jump itself, which I did before thinking about how I was going ...
... He was somewhat surprised - I'm not sure why....
Chuck, myself and our good friend Jim Levandowski, and the dogs spent the afternoon picking apples for the deer stand and for making pies. After Chuck's Mom passed away we put some of her ashes back on the farm underneath a 100 year old apple tree. I put one of her scarves on the tree limb to make sure we remembered which tree. The scarf is still there and in good ...
... knew that tan lines, yes tan lines, might be the one to take me down. It was 6:30, a truly great morning, quite cold in the shade, bearable in the sun. I was headed straight east, and took the opportunity to tan my rarely attended frontside. Let me explain. When you ride a bicycle, you hunch over, obviously to reach the handlebars. This lets the back tan very well, but the chest never gets the same attention. When it is early in the morning, say between ...