Crystal Inn and Suites Bridgeport
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We had a 4 hour drive ahead of us. Along the way we saw some giant windmills, cattails lined the roads. We crossed into the US at the Blue Water Bridge - I was terrified driving across it - I hate driving on bridges- white knuckles all the way. It took about a half hour at the customs place because of traffic. But looking over the bridge at Lake Huron was gorgeous.
Today was another lazy morning- we needed it. The girls did their nails (thanks Jamberry). The kids played more board games (and we found out they thought board games were only for when you're bored). In case you were wondering, Caitlyn won the game of Life, primarily because she landed on the "lawsuit" space and collected $100,000 from Jonathan 6 times!! There were only 8 of those spaces on the whole board, what are the odds? Makes me wonder what we're ...
We had a very lazy morning today and didn't leave the house until close to noon. The kids took advantage and started playing the game of Life. Pam and Tammy used to play this all the time...guess it's time for the next generation to start.
We drove up to Frankenmuth to walk around for a bit. Our first stop was Bronners- the largest Christmas store in the world. To give you an idea of how big it is, they give you a map when you walk ...
We left the monkey and all the joys of Morgan Co. KOA and headed to Frankenmuth, MI early Saturday. It was not a long drive so that was nice. It was 64 degrees and misty rain but it didn't slow us down. We passed a sign for the Gerald Ford Library in Ann Arbor with no time to stop.
We did stop and fuel up the MH and Jim was excited to see that we are getting 8.9 mpg which is really good according to him. I'm happy if ...
... was in no man's land for the rest of today's route. Maura and I had predetermined that we would meet at the Ber-Wa-Ga-Na Campground, fearing that we would not have cell service. I was happily pedaling mile after mile through cornfields and past countless wind turbines on flat straight roads, thinking that Surly and ...