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... a welcome site at 6.30pm. We went back an hour so it is only 5.30pm. The lady gave us a bay view room. We face the lake. It is too early for bed but we do not feel like venturing out. Face timed James but he was in bed. We had done a short FaceTime before we left this morning. Couldn't get James got Daniel. He was at hospital with James to do with his ECG. Said we would FaceTime at ten o clock their time but we did not get here in time so it was 11.30pm. Dan was still up ...
Menominee gets its name from a regional Native American tribe known as the Menominee, which roughly translates into "Wild Rice." The area was originally the home of the Menominee Indian Tribe. They now have a reservation along the Wolf River in North Central ...
I just love the name of the next town we are headed to although I have to think of how it is pronounced. When we went into the welcome center in Sault Ste Marie I called it me-no-min-ee. However it is pronounced men-ah'-min-ee
Anyway, we woke up to 40 degree weather in Mackinaw City and as we are crossing the $4 toll bridge ($14 for the motorhome) for the last time ...
As soon as we crossed the border into Wisconsin, I bought a ton of cheese. I'm a happy camper. Took some pictures in Au Train, Michigan on the beach. I love the Great Lakes! Went to the Green Bay Packers stadium. Finn was in Heaven in the Pro Shop. Ry loved the lazy river that goes around our campground. Hugh liked going into the ...
Well Faithful followers, we are back in the US. After a 45 minute crossing and a million questions we made it across only to pay a $7.50 toll for both bikes to get back in the country. Only in America. The ride from Sudbury to Sault Ste Marie was absolutely beautiful, the rolling hills were pretty and the lakes and rivers were great.
We started the day in our heated jackets and gloves as it was chilly at 7am. by the time we got to the border, about 200 miles ...