Cambria Suites Traverse City
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... I got lots of beautiful photos of the lake and the autumn trees - remember its the opposite to New Zealand seasons over here!
Last night I went to the Homecoming football game for my old high school and it was VERY American! Just like what you see on movies! There were lots of cheerleaaders, and the boys didn't play rugby, they played American Football. It was a bit cold last night so ...
... into the town of Empire where the welcome station is located. This national park is named from an old Indian folk tale about a mamma bear who sat on the bluffs waiting for her cubs to return. Unfortunately they were lost in the lake and they are represented by the Manitou Islands.
Michigan has a lot of lakes and we went by Little Platte Lake which is one of the few that has active loon nests. Loons are endangered ...
... lake fishing and having a great time. Although the catch was small, not enough for dinner, they made many memories that afternoon.
Tomorrow, Saturday, we are heading back to Wooster, OH. We will be home three days, then off to Branson, MO for Keith's military reunion.
What a summer this has been!
... exploring. As many of you may know, Mackinac Island does not allow motorized vehicles. The only mode of transportation on the island is walking, bicycle, or by horse-drawn carriage. The only vehicles are the firetrucks and police cars.
Since we only had the ...
... the dunes have vegetation that helps to prevent wind erosion.
We had another leisurely evening around the campfire and great dinner prepared by Darryl on the grill. We are getting SO SPOILED!
Crystal and Lucas are camping tonite...what fun!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center