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... portion of the Lake. Our hotel was right by a Northern portion of Lake Michigan.
The hotel, in St. Ignace, had a fire pit behind and the person at the front desk had said that at 9:00 PM, there would be a marshmallow roast. Well, after dinner, we went back to the hotel and tried to go down to the fire pit. We had put Off, on (lol), because of the many mosquitoes. Yes indeed, there was a fire going, and a plastic bin ...
... and the fudge. One of the coolest (in my opinion) attractions on the island is Fort Mackinaw State Park. The fort dates back to the Revolutionary War. Fort Mackinaw is rich in history and some of this history is re-enacted every half hour. On the hour is the firing of the cannon, on the half hour is the rifle demonstration. There are solders in period uniforms to answer questions and give talks on the fort's history. Finally ...
... to do with it. Besides being cooler today, it's very windy. The Mini gets blown all over the road. It's pretty exciting when a gust hits just as we hit a large bump. It keeps me very alert to say the least. St. Ignace is a funny little town. It's very old, but most of the historical buildings are gone. The people are very friendly and the waterfront is interesting. We are staying in a funky old bed and breakfast for the next ...
... We must have passed at least a couple dozen deer tht didn't make it across the road in Ohio. Not a good state to take up residence in if you are a deer. Second night campsite (and tonight's too) is public land where camping is free (do you notice a trend?) It is a lovely, lovely site right on French Farm Lake in Mackinaw City, MI. There were MANY mosquitoes here to greet us when we arrived, however. But we've managed to keep them in ...
... never talk or walk again. Uncle Robert and Aunt Betty have to decide if Shirley should die now, or live as a vegetable for the rest of her life.”
This morning, we rode in a car caravan to Cheboygan, where Uncle Robert’s family lives. Cheboygan is on Lake Michigan, four hours north of our farm in Traverse City. I rode with my twin cousins, because all of my family can’t fit in one car. Nancy, Linda, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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