Travel Blogs from Sarnia
... trip and we would recommend it highly. We're asked which leg we liked best, but it is hard to say. Each leg (each port actually) has it's own character and challenges. We enjoyed ...
Had a good nights sleep and started our day with a good breakfast. We headed to the Port Huron waterway - they have a real nice walkway along the water and we visited Pine Grove Park which is where this walkway starts. Saw the International National Flag Plaza, the Thomas Edison Homestead (this is where he was ...
... they call it the Port Huron KOA though). We sat in the customs line back into the US for about 20 minutes. While sitting there, we saw the man in front of us get taken away in handcuffs....he reminded us of Kucka --- white car/bald man....we laughed over that one. Wanted to take a picture, but thought border patrol wouldn't be too happy. Again, we had a great border patrol officer - only asked a couple of question and ...
... in the end a number of blocks. I always feel more rocky in Harvey when we use blocks. The campground was a-buzz with families enjoying the outdoor life, though-- fishing, swimming and relaxing. The small lake/pond has a number of inflatables on it in the swimming area and the fishing area had a number of kids and adults both attempting to catch. Being a Saturday there were tractor rides through the park -- we ...
... cruising by this weekend.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center