Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Big Rapids, MI
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... golf course they have in the park. This is a much different park than the one we just came from, so we kind of wish we stayed in Ludington, at least now we know for next time! but it was good to take it easy for the day and recharge the batteries. Plus camping in the woods is always fun, even with nothing to do. We really enjoyed our stay in Michigan and hope to come back again some day! Now it's time for the next stop - to visit Marne! ...
... any others we have stayed at, so maybe in the end it all evens out. Along the way we saw a huge sunflower farm; just fields and fields of sunflowers; and what great timing because they were all in bloom; that was a first and something I'll always remember for sure. We found our spot for the two nights and settled in, built a campfire, and just relaxed. Tomorrow we'll ...
Sadly we left Petoskey and headed south to our next stop Stanwood. After finding River Ridge we back tracked to visit Cadillac. We should have stayed where we were or traveled the other way.Cadillac is nothing to write home about!
On the way back we stopped in Big Rapids and were pleasantly surprised. It had a lot more to offer than Cadillac. Big Rapids township was associated with the ...
... to learn from her and vice versa.
A big fat, universe-sized thank you to everyone who
stepped up immediately to help out while we were away from the show: Cristian,
Bethanie, Jacob, Armando, Tavana, Hugo, Oriana, the Moss family, Jason, and
especially Mr. North and Jim. We are humbled and honored to be surrounded by
friends who took on extra work or who needed to adjust their schedules in order
for us to be with family. Thank you.
... but the kids gathered together in the center of the room to watch and made it a lot easier on John.
We had lunch at Subway, courtesy of our sponsor contact, and then had a half hour to rest in the RV while John touched up his make-up (it cracks me up to type that every time). After that, we went to another daycare, a few ticket outlets, and a retirement village, where John performed for a small group of ladies ...