The Timbers Resort
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... changed from baths in the lake
to propane assisted solar showers.
Cindy's land is really peaceful for
camping and its great to watch sunsets, see bats and cooking over an open
fire. We visited friends and I eventually got to take Cindy out for a
belated birthday dinner – prime rib. Put the tarp up next to the
fire so we could stay warm, dry and ...
Got on the road jus after 7am this morning.. We were at the Sarnia boarder just before 10 o'clock and it was quiet busy so took us about 40 minutes to cross. The guy we had was surprisingly very nice and let us go rather quickly when he saw we had our green card already. We traveled up through Michigan, where the 3 Great Lakes meet. Lake ...
Beautiful sunrise over the lake this morning in Paradise, MI. Left the hotel around 7am to head to the Berry Patch in Paradise as we were told they opened at 7am. We all pulled up in front of this tiny place, and the "closed" sign was still up. I went to the door and peered in, and there was a little old man inside, so I cracked the door and asked if they were open. He said he was making the coffee and ...
No wait a minute, it should be The Deer Jumped Over The Mini. Yes, a deer jumped over the Mini as we were skidding down the highway. Thank you St. Christopher! (I have a St. Christopher medal clipped to my sun visor) So the deer in Michigan have no sense of time. Today I saw three deer along the highway in different places. The first ran across in front of us. I saw it soon enough to slow way down, so there was no excitement there. The second deer was just grazing along the shoulder ...
... and less expensive Presque Isle campground and it was definitely the right choice. After a drive up to the Lake of the Clouds lookout, which was beautiful but very windy that day, we did the 25-mile drive to Presque Isle. Our site sat on the bluff right next to the woods/walk-in campsites and was perfect. The campground does not have power and only vault toilets, but this ads to the quiet and remoteness of the area. At only $14 per night and access to many trails, ...