Dor Cros Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After almost 8 hours on the road we finally made it to Escanaba and our lodging for the night: Sunset Lodge, an independent locally owned motel. They were very welcoming of us and our hounds. A late night bite at Hudsons Bar and Grill and fast asleep. The next morning we woke and did some work before hitting the road around 10:30a to St ...
... of the bridge. As soon as we paid the toll and rolled into St. Ignace, we took the first exit onto U.S. 2, the road that runs along the north shore of Lake Michigan from St. Ignace to Escanaba. Immediately after getting on U.S. 2 we stopped at Clyde's Drive-In, a local institution famed for their burgers and milkshakes. We spent a relaxing hour eating burgers before climbing back in the trucks to start our ...
... closed and we had all our jackets on to keep us warm. But we really enjoyed our evening. This was a wonderful play. We both love Patsy Cline (well, me a bit more than Russ), and I truly felt like I was at a Patsy Cline concert, something that otherwise would have been impossible, since she died before I was old enough to know her. If you don't like her music, you ...
... sleepier, much less touristy, but both are beautiful. In between the two shores is farmland, mostly orchards (apples and cherries are quite famous here), corn and ridiculously picturesque barns. Geologically Door County is the far western edge of the Niagara Escarpment, a rock bowl of dolomite (compressed limestone) that stretches all the way to Niagara Falls. The west side has more cliffs and rocky outcroppings, whereas the east side is gentler, with ...
... was always marked by the odd hardwood tree turning a brilliant yellow or orange, usually in isolation among the evergreen trees. What I saw yesterday was an embarrassment of riches, everywhere I turned acres and acres of golds, reds and oranges covered the landscape. I tried a couple of times to get a good photo, but nothing could do it justice. Now when people say 'I miss the fall colors', I will have much more sympathy for them. I would miss them ...