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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to see if we could find them...Wow! There were three if them, all calling and diving and then running along the water, flapping their wings but never actually taking off...it was spectacular to see...and we were the only other things on the water so the show was just for us! Returned to the RV and started packing up. We were on the road by 10:20 this morning. Amazing since we also got in a paddle and, hopefully, Ron got some good shots of the loons. Just pulled over on ...
... of The World. While still in the wooded outskirts of Mercer, the bike route took Surly and I to our first motorcycle rally. We met Turtle, head honcho of The Mercer Loons, the local Harley club that was hosting the 27th annual Loon Party. The weekend event was just gearing up as Turtle came over to welcome us and invited us to stay and play Harley games. Tons of bikers ...
... on to Wakefield a further 2 hours on where we found an overnight camping place on the Sunday Lake. It was a really sweet place with power for hook ups and water taps. It was just before 11 before we were finally ready to call it a in night along with 4 other vehicles already parked there. Today we drove just over 1200kms even with a boarder ...
... would be there at 0730, so we waited! Good breakfast, but it put us quite a bit behind on time. While we were waiting, I was conversing with the old guy. Ends up he was a WWI veteran, an Army Air Corps officer and in the intelligence field. Very interesting guy. I shook his hand and thanked him for his service.
First stop - Whitefish Point Lighthouse and Shipwreck Museum. It was closed, ...
... t even look up, again no problem. The third deer I could see from way up the highway. It had just crossed over the road and was munching the green grass on the shoulder across the highway. I didn't even slow down because the deer had already crossed the road. Then as I got much closer, the deer looked up and decided it belonged on the other side of the road. It began to run across the road right in front of us. I put the brake pedal to the floor and we skidded. We were on a ...