Chippewa Hotel Waterfront
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... surprise. The second surprise was that the pasties are not crimped but folded! Definitely not a Cornish pasty - the whole point is that you could hold the crust in your hand when in the mine. I ended-up wearing my pasty on my jumper as all the juices ran out (normally they collect at the bottom of the pasty - the best bit!). Jonathan was laughing at me as if I lost my senses at the excitement of a pasty. The third surprise was that ...
Had a lazy morning after breakfast. Then ventured out. Went to see the butterflies again. Next door to here. Then we went to find the carriage people to go on horse and cart. Had a lovely ride up to the top where we got off and had a look around. There were eating places and shops and a butterfly conservatory We were not going to this as we had already been to the ...
... it is near to the ferry which goes to Mackinac Island. We came across a lot of road works on the way here. We were about an hour and a half just doing around 40 miles. Got held up and drove slowly through the works. At least here when the Tarmac is laid it is smooth not like England where it is loose clippings for ages. We went over Mackinac bridge which cost four dollars. It is about twice the length of Humber bridge. We are now in ...
Its a beautiful 80 degrees! We're tempted to take one last cruise through the islands. But alas, our time is up for this season. Meander has been cleaned, unloaded, and is ready for a long winter's nap. Diane and Jeffrey have arrived to take us home, so off we go rolling down I-75.
We had a nice cruise covering 662 miles while visiting three Great Lakes. We spent ...
... in Lake Michigan and then went to Mackinaw City back on the Lake Huron side of the bridge.
It's been a long time since we were here (by car) and there seems to be even more fudge and t-shirt shops. There are also several small parks on the waterfront where one can take a postcard photo of the Mighty Mac. We did that even though we had taken lots of pics from the boat UNDER the bridge.