Sand Creek Campground

Address: 1000 North 350 East, Chesterton, Indiana, 46304-9315, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1000 North 350 East, Chesterton, is near Coffee Creek Watershed Conservancy Preserve and Lustron House.
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Travel Blogs from Chesterton

PPS- Now That's an Alarm Clock!

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 11, 2014

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... miles, but the new gasket must have worked well because a few miles along they passed me with a wave… I guess “Plymouths go better with Coke”.

Okay… okay… now I really will try to catch up. Spending tonight in Chesterton, Indiana, on the southern shore of Lake Michigan, a few miles away from Chicago. That’s tomorrow’s challenge.


Goodbye Sister, Hello Indiana

A travel blog entry by mickandbrit on Sep 28, 2010

1 comment, 6 photos

... and bananas, we headed back to Zannie’s dorm to drop her off and say goodbye.

We were on the road north again by noon, this time headed for Indiana National Lakeshore. The drive wasn’t to noteworthy, other than that we listened to the majority of our new audiobook, "My Stroke of Insight," written by Jill Bolte Taylor who shares her experience of having a stroke and watching her ...

Dunes, mosquitos and smokestacks?

A travel blog entry by mkorinek on Aug 10, 2010

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... I struck up a conversation with a man who had a First Nations heritage and told me about how his family had owned a lot of the land around the big dune. He told me about where they had their houses and how they used to play around the dunes. Two of the houses had already been covered by the dune from its movement while others had been knocked down by the parks service. He also said that the dune used to be much larger, but the large number of people ...

Finally home

A travel blog entry by lcherrier on Feb 27, 2010

... to control especially in the hospital. My PharmD project is actually finding the baseline data for these patients, so the hospital can implement a diabetes nurse. The nursing care at the hospital is also very erratic, so a nurse dedicated to just one disease state will be a huge help in diabetes care.
After almost drowning in the Nile and getting malaria, I am so glad I didn't end up in a Kenyan hospital. I probably would have come home with TB.


Life on Hawkswood: Take 2

A travel blog entry by sv-hawkswood on Oct 11, 2009

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... a system to haul up and lower the dinghy from the stern of the boat. And the list goes on...

Yesterday when we were servicing the seacocks on the thru-hulls (these are valves that open and close holes in the bottom of the boat) we noted an area where one seacock was "weeping" and over time could lead to major problems (like the boat sinking, for instance). So this morning, Tom did some more investigating and decided the ...