The Apple Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made our way south to Mackinaw City which is at the northern tip of the Michigan's Lower Peninsula along the southern shore of the Straits of Mackinac. These two land masses are physically connected by the 8,614-foot (2,626 m) Mackinac Bridge. Opened in 1957, it is the world's 16th-longest in ...
... hours later I arrived in Boyne City and I asked a man for directions to the Boyne City Motel. As he was directing me, he asked if I was traveling with a woman with a blue SUV. He had walked past the motel earlier and had seen Maura unloading the CRV and hanging wet clothes from the roof rack. Small town serendipity.
... same to a manager if he or she wanted to listen . . . she took 15% off my bill for my trouble!!
Carol got a piece of strawberry cheesecake to go for dessert. I later went over to a Biggby Coffee for my dessert . . . and in the process spotted a Tim Horton's!! Guess Carol will get breakfast in the morning . . . even if she sleeps in past the Hampton Inn complementary breakfast!!
We both relaxed and read into late evening . . . and turned in. Good night!!
... a visit. We hadn't seen them since our time on the Chesapeake Bay. Making friends on the Loop is definitely the highlight of the entire journey. It's always so nice to see folks we met earlier, like it was to see Sue and John again. We followed Thanks Dad into Meldrum Bay the following day and invited them to join us and the Bakers for dinner at the Meldrum Bay Inn. What a treat for all of us. Excellent food, lovely service and a great evening in this tiny ...
... the sunlight shimmer on the surface during the day, the moon doing the same thing at night. The array of stars can be breathtaking. Sunrises and sunsets seem to take place ever so gradually, much slower than they do observing them on land. And when a colorful spinnaker or other sail is hoisted, bursting with the wind and driving the boat forward, it is a thrill nearly unmatched. Then there is the sound, only ...