Veranda at Harbor Springs
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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 ...
... handed and there was a screaming kid in the restaurant . . .
that added to our 'unforgettable' dining experience!! But, the food was
good. Oh well, should have gone to Ruby Tuesday's!! Picking
restaurants on the road ain't easy! Most picks have been pretty good . . . this one, well as I wrote, the food was good! When I mentioned the short-handed service . . . when the person cashing me out did the usual . . . 'how was every thing?' . . . and would ...
... we ducked into the marina before a strong wind blew. Before the evening set it, we got a ride from the dock master to the top of the trail leading to Bridal Veil Falls. We hiked to the Falls where folks were taking a dip in the pool below, then we continued hiking along the creek away from the Falls that lead back to the marina. Notices to hikers were posted along the trail warning to beware of poison ivy. Needless to say, we didn't stray from the beaten ...
... that the course is considered a practice course and there is no fee. They probably assumed we were guests, but we went along and played the course that went up and down the hills and did not pay a cent. Not our best game, but we had fun and didn't feel rushed. Best of all, the price was right. We were hot and looking for a cool treat. On to downtown Harbor Springs, we found a gelato shop and set a spell with some icy concoctions. Strolling in and out ...
Breakfast at a little place called Roast and Toast in the Gaslight District. Afterward, we shopped in the area and found a nice bookstore called McLean & Eakin Booksellers. Elsewhere, Peggy was in shopping heaven and bought tea, spices, cooking tools and a sweater. Before we left Petoskey, we stopped at Kilwins, a chocolate, candy and ice cream shop where tours ran all day. We took the ...