Ludington State Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLudington State Park
Lots of scenic walking and bike paths-safe for kids. A fisherman's destination too
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Left South Bend around 1pm after doing a load of washing at Cheryl's. Very kind of her. We had been round a bonfire last night so some clothes smelt of smoke of course. We had a lovely lovely time at theirs. Mainly relaxing and chatting and drinking and eating. We were made very welcome and would defo come again as they asked f we would. Travelled to Pentwater where we are stopping for one night at Days ...
... got in to Ludington Friday afternoon and enjoyed cooler weather. Visiting the downtown area was fun. We found some nice stores on Main Street and they were quite busy for a small town. We went to the lake next and enjoyed looking around there. There are several parks that I’m sure in the summer are very busy. It was very windy so the lake was choppy and had waves that looked like the ocean. Jim walked out on the break wall to ...
Marathon Day has come and gone....
Our day began before the sun came up and ended after the sun went down. But before I head to bed want to share some of the highlights of our beautiful day!
Those of us planning to see the start of the race and then driving to the spectator locations were up at 5am.....yes, two hours before the sun came up! For most it meant rolling out of bed and getting dressed. For others they showered and got ...
... Amy, our niece Rachel and my parents to watch Kirk run his first.....and maybe only......marathon. It starts at 7am but that means a wake up time of 5am? Really? Whose idea was this? I guess tomorrow night will be our night to stay up late and sleep in a bit on Sunday.
Please keep Kirk in your thoughts tomorrow as he runs and we'll post more pictures after the race. ...
... saw some wildlife. First, John spotted a beautiful blue jay right outside our RV. Then he was outside and a whole gang of wild turkeys came to visit...i'm talking a whole community, maybe about 20 and of all ages, lots of little ones, too. They weren't running crazy like other flicks I have seen in the wild before, they just moseyed over to see what we were doing and then went on their way. During our bike ride over to the lighthouse we saw a bald eagle! Always ...