Baraga Lakeside Inn
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... at the thought of this lady's solo venture across the Atlantic to meet her fiancé. If Miss Laura Annie Pengelly did not make that crossing and give birth to my grandma, none of my Barber family would exist. That blows my mind. It was hard to walk away, not being able to leave flowers or to have a picture of a grave stone for my family at home. Maybe one day I can sort out a little headstone or something? I even found a perfect spot for it. It is comforting knowing that ...
... my favorite was the gooseberry as it was not as sweet. Anyways, with all the sugar and caffeine, neither of us could get to sleep! I had a little fire fly friend that was in the bedroom cupboard keeping me entertained with its little flashes of light darting around. I'll see if I can find it today. As I was lying there in my warm bed, I was feeling sorry for all the critters outside in the cold. I wondered who was out there. We managed to save our ...
Once again, I awoke to the "wow" view and was mesmerized for a few moments. It is wonderful waking up in a tree house. We were sad that Aunt Sande left this morning - it felt a little empty without her, so rather than moping, we left to go to Calumet to go to Lakeview Cemetery to ask for help. Excited - I burst into the office and was garbling to the chap who pulled out a book and was looking the computer and he found nothing. He was 100% sure that my Great Grandmother was ...
... our walk around the town, he headed back to the Cabin. The smell of pine trees is incredible. Glade plug-ins and scented candles could never capture this! It's the smell of amplified Christmas. I hadn't noticed - but when walking into the cabin - there is another gorgeous smell - cedar. It is such a rich, comforting and welcoming smell to come home to. The cabin is made of cedar - not sure if the big logs are cedar? Sande was an excellent tour guide as she drove us ...
by Pam Riehl Szakal
We finally had an 'all clear' day for crossing the Mackinac Bridge and took advantage of it. To maximize our time and hit places we had never visited before in the U.P., we decided to head straight for the Keewanau Peninsula. After a drive through Marquette we made it as far as Baraga before pulling over for the night. Along the drive we stopped for some geo-caches to stretch the legs and get ...