Best Western Indian Oak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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We all loved, loved, loved this park. It is located at the lower tip of Lake Michigan. Feel very fortunate to have found this little piece of paradise. Also feel very lucky to have scored a campsite. People book up to a year in advance and the park stays at 100% occupancy over the summer. In addition to great campsites- we had a beautiful white sandy beach surrounded by very large and steep sand dunes. We accepted the 3 dune challenge and were ...
... miles, but the new gasket must have worked well because a few miles along they passed me with a wave… I guess “Plymouths go better with Coke”.
Okay… okay… now I really will try to catch up. Spending tonight in Chesterton, Indiana, on the southern shore of Lake Michigan, a few miles away from Chicago. That’s tomorrow’s challenge.
... and bananas, we headed back to Zannie’s dorm to drop her off and say goodbye.
We were on the road north again by noon, this time headed for Indiana National Lakeshore. The drive wasn’t to noteworthy, other than that we listened to the majority of our new audiobook, "My Stroke of Insight," written by Jill Bolte Taylor who shares her experience of having a stroke and watching her ...
... I struck up a conversation with a man who had a First Nations heritage and told me about how his family had owned a lot of the land around the big dune. He told me about where they had their houses and how they used to play around the dunes. Two of the houses had already been covered by the dune from its movement while others had been knocked down by the parks service. He also said that the dune used to be much larger, but the large number of people ...
... we really had no idea what we were treating. There was a lot of intuition and good clinical guessing. You couldn't rely on cultures of any kind and there was no constant monitoring of heart rate or blood pressure. Kenyans are also very stoic people, so any kind of pain was not expressed. Even though the main focus in Kenya is infectious disease, at least half of the patients were suffering from some type of chronic disease. Diabetes is a huge issue and ...