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Wed 26 June 2014
We carried on thru Wisconsin but on the spur of a moment we decided to make a little detour north, to the Smoky Hills. Michelle found a State Forrest that sounded interesting. This whole area is covered with many Lakes large and small, but one hardly travels for a couple of miles without seeing water. The main village is called Detroit Lakes which lies on a very large lake. We passed thru there and later found the sign for our Forrest. It was a ...
... up North to the point where South Michigan meets North Michigan. The two are connected via the Mackinac Bridge that goes over the Straits of Mackinac with Lake Michigan to the West and Lake Huron to the East. Until 1998 it was the World's longest suspension bridge, 950 feet longer than the Golden Gate Bridge. The suspended part is 2.7 km long and the total length is 9 km.
The Mackinaw Mill Creek camp site is on the southern side of ...
Dasher is dying to get at those squirrels! We had to lock her in to stop her from trying to chase them.
Most of the campers have gone home and we have the pool to ourselves! We are taking a pool day. No photos of this will be posted so that you don't have to go have your brains scrubbed or your eyes burned out of your head from having to see me in a bathing suit. ...
... from there, the go-karts, roller coasters, mini golf, etc... Now the entire town is a theme park. It's like living in Disneyland with camp grounds.
The dogs are in heaven because there are lots of squirrels. Dash REALLY wants to catch one!
Oh yea, did I tell you about the trains?? Uh huh, every few hours a train goes right next to our camp. It shakes the whole coach. The have all been over 125 cars long. Yay! Hopefully they will stop running at ...
... one we went to was a state park, and as we pulled up to the entrance to the park we spotted a big sign that said "No Camping Available at this Park". So something got screwed up somewhere. So we went to our backup, which was listed as Marathon Public. So we drove back out the way we had come in the City of Marathon, only to discover that the park was operated by Marathon ...
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