El Rancho Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... lots of dragonflies, frogs, a squirrel, a deer, and a snake. Once you go so far, everything started to look the same so we turned around to go find something else to do.
We went back to La Pointe to get ice cream from Granpa Tony's. I had a waffle cone with a scoop of cherry ice cream on the bottom and a scoop of Carmel something or another on top. It was SO GOOD! After ice cream, we stopped at the local grocery store for marshmallows so we could roast them on the fire ...
... his motorcycles and car, bought a mobile home, and he is now traveling with his girlfriend. How cool is that! It sounds exactly like what I want to do! We hung out for a little bit longer and then headed back to the tent. Now here I am, catching up on my blog (which I can't post until tomorrow because I have no service) while I play Indiana Mosquito Killer and listen to Mirza snore. And now I'm going to pee in the woods, because that's what you do when you camp. Until tomorrow! ...
... told that we may not actually see anyone there, depending on who is researching what. Who cares?! We get to go where very few 'normal' (non-scientists) get to go. We will get a personal 90 minute tour from the custodians who live there. I am just hoping that we can take pictures.
Today's lesson? If you don't ask, the answer will always be NO. Now, what else should we try to do?
After finding out that we were recipients to the Fund For Teachers grant, we were heard round the world (including Switzerland) screaming. We were/are in shock, disbelief, awe, thankful, and EXCITED!
Being the planners that we are we started finalizing dates, buying tickets, and planning hotel stays. Once we booked the tickets, it became more real.... Maybe because I (personally) had to make sure that I had sitters/daycare lined ...
... that we had to cross over a big tall bridge in this storm. NOT FUN!
By the time we touched down on solid land again Mike was white knuckled and sweating. I was absolutely silent. That doesn't happen very often.
The rain and wind finally let up around 11:00 or so. We stopped for lunch at a restaurant and while there asked the people next to us if they could recommend a campground to stay in. They sent up back up highway 53 to Northwood Shores.
What a pretty pretty ...