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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 ...
... time to catch up with him, plus the cell reception was surprisingly clear even in the roaring storm.
My route traveled the gamut from fissured, cracked roads weaving through lonely, scrubby pine woods to new roads with bike lanes treating me to glimpses of awesome Lake Michigan shore side towns. It was raining heavily when I rolled ...
... or Mackinaw) City . . . and hit a few of the shops . . . bought some caramel corn from a favorite shop . . . and some good Mackinac Fudge!!, then got back on the road.
We got to the Hampton Inn in Gaylord
about 5:00 p.m. It was right across the road from a Bob Evans (a chain that started out in
Ohio) . . . and there was a Ruby Tuesday's a little further down the
road. We opted to walk over to the Bob Evans. Not a good idea. They
Our previous blog entry (oh so long ago) found us in St. Johnsville, NY. We've traveled many miles continuing along the Erie Canal, the Oswego Canal, crossing into Canada and Georgian Bay, The North Channel and Lake Huron. Currently, Satisfaction is back in the USA near Mackinaw City. Friends, Blake and Donna Baker, who joined us at Little Current in Georgian Bay, rode with us through the North Channel until we arrived back in the US from Canadian waters and ...
... and water breaking beneath the bow. It's a continuous reminder that it’s just you out there…you and the wind, water and sky.
Along with all this, the many captains and crew members who sail this and other races know that each is a member of a team, there to help and encourage each other to get the job done. They also know that they are connected to one of the great sailing traditions ...