Boarders Inn And Suites Of Traverse City
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Bill & I had a great time at dinner with Bill's family at Pearl's last evening. We were served by our favorite waitress Jen. Bill had his favorite Rib Eye steak and savored every bite. After dinner, he MADE me drive him to Village Market to pick up his favorite Dove chocolate-chocolate bars. He ate two and I ate one bar. Yum!
We got very little sleep as both of us had a restless night. I was up at 2:30 AM and Bill got up at 3:00 ...
... the larger tumor, followed by radiation at that site and on the smaller tumor. We have made the tough decisions. We meet with the Neurosurgeon tomorrow morning. Surgery is scheduled for Wednesday, August 6th. We are overwhelmed beyond words. Thank you for all of your love, support, thoughts & prayers. We really need and appreciate it. We are living in the moment and trying to stay strong.
... 32, a very upscale park.
We set up and then played with some bubbles and kite flying before loading up in the Subaru and heading out to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Park. Dex and I visited this area two years ago and fell in love with Lake Michigan and Michigan itself. We specially wanted to share this area with Austin & Cory as they had never been here before. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park was awarded ...
... career dreams either. He used to organize baseball games with us kids in our cow pasture, using rocks for bases. Slick and Carver had baseball mitts, while the rest of us played with bare hands, and sometimes we accidentally slid on fresh cowpies in our bare feet, as we ran toward a base. We were animated, especially when someone was batting, and we were trying to distract them.
“Hey batter, batter, batter, ...
... humidity to speak of. We have had a couple days of rain but can't complain about the weather.
The area is just starting to get active for the summer with festivals and farmers markets just starting to gear up. This weekend is the BBQ and Brew festival in Glen Arbor. We are looking forward to a beautiful and active summer.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed