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... myself. All day long, as we drove north along the coast of Lake Huron, I kept seeing rainbows appear and disappear over the lake, and it seemed very apropos.
First big stop of the day was at Tawas State Park, home to a beautiful lighthouse and beach. The sun came out just in time for Addie's first beach experience. It was windy, and really cold, but it didn't bother her one bit. We saw a couple of kiteboarders (brrrr), ...
... to organize clothes in a camper closet.
- The plastic organizer shelves by Sterilite are ideal stand-ins for a dresser.
One last note- we visited the famous Legs Restaurant for the first time ever while staying at Wilderness SP. A very unique place well worth a visit if you are anywhere near Crossville, MI. The food was wonderful and the traditional polish dishes and vodkas will not ...
... Jordan, we had met them in Wyoming and they wanted us to stay at their place during the holiday week-end but we didn't want to impose unless we didn't have any other option. Anyways... on the way to their house we stopped in the town of Charlevoix & we were blown away by this wonderful community and even more surprised by the incredibly beautiful colors of Lake Michigan's water ...
... Anita and Andrew, and left to go downtown again. While Mom and Dad were at the hardware store, I explored the little boutiques and shops along the main street, ending up in the bookstore. Once I met up with my parents again, we looked through one of the first shops I had already explored, and I purchased a bracelet made out of a piano string. Quite fitting.
When I returned home, Anita and I watched the last ...
... little mushroom houses that look like something a hobbit would sleep in from Lord of the Rings. These houses were down Park Street, which is just off the main street. They really are tiny! There were about 4-5 of them in the vicinity of Park Street. Obviously you can't go in them because people live there but it's nice just to drive by and see them. I went to the Charlevoix Lighthouse next, which is actually right near the mushroom houses.
After I ...
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