DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Port Huron
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It's been over a year since we completed our "Great Meander on the Little Loop" parts 1 & 2. We had so much fun we want to keep going. So this year we are heading north. We don't have a "Loop" planned so much as a "Cruise Out" We're heading up Lake Huron (some of which we did in Part 1 of the Little Loop) and will be cruising the northern part of Georgian ...
... Thx Todd for letting me shop in Saginaw while you napped! Saginaw to Flint...OMG 4 lanes of warp speed traffic, enough to make me barf! Todd is an awesome driver, some muttering about "left lane nazis" but he is a pro! I saw the speedometer hit 140 km/hr! Sign along the highway says "prison area, don't pick up hitchhikers".....next sign says "adopt a highway" hmmmmm, I'm guessing the girl guides won't be adopting ...
... beer and chatting in the cottage, myself and James went for an adventure to a different beach in Bruce (the car!) armed with some fresh strawberries we had a good sit and people watch in the glorious sun. After dinner and the final remainder of the wedding breakfast eaten, it was sadly time to pack. The storm outside was raging, definitely worth a little journey in the car to watch over the lake from ...
Surprisingly no one felt over rough this morning and we were down at the cottages by 11am! There was no sign of the wedding couple so we sat around doing puzzles and playing bananagrams for the majority of the morning and afternoon as a matter of fact. Aunt Joanie bought lunch with her so we were fed and definitely watered well with all the left over beer and wine from the wedding! We energetically went for a swim in the lake to cool down and then ...
... It is hard to find bakeries that sell single bread rolls - bagels seem to be more popular. Cheboygan is quite big and on the water.
Headed south and more inland taking a few detours - one to see some sink holes at Shoepac Lake which must be very old as the tress growing there were quite tall.
Stopped for lunch at Lake Wagner in a camping ground. Quiet spot with one caravan. After a few more country roads, decided to ...