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... t recover. That being said, you may be thinking, "Then why the [explicit] are you visiting this dangerous country!?!?! Couldn't you have chosen a safer country like, I don't know, CANADA?" (That's my dad talking, fyi).
But imagine how dull life would be if we did everything by the rules and played everything safe. What kind of life would we be living? Could you even ...
... to eat at Wendy's rather than Taco Bell this go around. We were back home in just over 7 hours, much better than the 9 it took up there! The temperature difference when we got home was definitely a shocker, St. Louis wasn't any warmer than it normally is at the end of June but when you spend a week up north, even upper 80s is a shocker.
Sad to leave vacation behind, but happy to be home sweet home and happy to sleep in my own bed! Til next time Michigan, you've been ...
... miss these views when we head back home!
After the afternoon at the beach we headed back to Holland for dinner. For some reason Chinese food sound super tasty and there was a Chinese restaurant located right across the street from our hotel, how convenient right? After dinner we headed to Walmart to pick up Michigan beer, as no trip is complete with out a run for local beer, lol, then headed back to the hotel for one last night! Michigan you will be ...
... toward the Dutch history in the town. It was so much fun and we learned that Reagan was quite the little adventurer. There was a ferris wheel and I asked Reagan if she wanted to ride it with me. She was kind of intimidated at first and the guy operating it even told me to just give him a thumbs down if she wanted to get off and he would bring us down right away. She cried the first loop, but after one go around, she kept ...
... was just in the wrong area, but I had to pull over in the grass and put my hazards on just to take a couple of photos!
Next I kept heading north up the coast and stopped at Sleeping Bear Dunes. This is a MUST SEE if you are going to be in the Northern Michigan area. You pay $10 for a parking pass and there is a lot of different areas of the park to discover. First I did the dune climb. It doesn't look that hard from the bottom but once you ...