Port Huron KOA
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Spacieux, énormément de monde donc d'ambiance, pleins d'activités, la pizza livrée à notre site
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... the North Channel. The reason we're not calling it a loop (yet) is because haven't made plans to return (yet). Our final destination is Hessel, Michigan where we'll leave Meander for the winter. We will decide over the winter where we will meander in the spring.
One major change in our cruise routine this trip is that we have our #2 son, Mike, aboard. He ...
... seen many advances since the first well in 1858. I added a video to show the wooden pump jacks run by wooden jerker lines. There are 6 square miles of pump jacks pumping away producing oil, very few are the commercial type of pump jack we see in Saskatchewan, the majority are homemade and are reflected in the pictures. This was a very interesting stop and should keep Todd smiling for days! As we make our way to ...
... beer and chatting in the cottage, myself and James went for an adventure to a different beach in Bruce (the car!) armed with some fresh strawberries we had a good sit and people watch in the glorious sun. After dinner and the final remainder of the wedding breakfast eaten, it was sadly time to pack. The storm outside was raging, definitely worth a little journey in the car to watch over the lake from ...
... of lanes. Still 70 mph and 60 mph for trucks.
On the Mackinac Bridge, the speed limit for loaded trucks is 20 mph which meant we went fairly slowly at times as one lane was closed for maintenance in parts. Good for tourists who want to have a good look.
I am still getting used to the electrical system here. Switches are flipped up to turn them on (not down) and power points have no switches - just plug into the wall.
... washing the motorhome, and that temporarily shorted it out - once it dried, all was fine again. The part that he bought was only $17, so now we're prepared if it ever happens again and doesn't "fix itself"!
Leaving here tomorrow (Tuesday) for Canada for the better part of 3 weeks, so will have lots of catching up to do.