Guest Inn Ardmore
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... Indiana Dunes was close, if you say fast or whisper it, it sounds like Indiana Jones so it must be cool. Although neither of us had ever heard of it we thought we'd chance the 20 mile detour for a look. I'm very glad we did. It's a lovely little town on the banks of Lake Michigan. We parked up and went down to the beach. Obviously you can't see the other side of the lake and the only giveaway you're not looking out into an ocean is the lack of waves. ...
... many birds flying low and in circles....that should have tipped us off that there were many bugs in the area - Mayflies!! Yuck! They don't bite but they do stick to you! We made it through the swarms and saw a beautiful sunset over the lake.
Back at the lodge we fixed paper plates of meat and veggies (leftovers in the cooler) and the girl behind the desk warmed them in ...
The CG was fairly large, but mostly empty. At one time, it was quite a park, but that time had come and gone some years before. Virtually everything in the place appeared worn down or worn out. It was very quiet and safe-feeling, although just a little depressing due to its condition. But we'd certainly stay there again. Partly, the cost was very reasonable. Y'all know that appeals to me!
Next: on to Kansas!
... including this area. It is so disappointing to see the families coming here this summer not able to frolic in the water as they would like to. Hopefully, next year will be different and refreshing.
Also located within the area is the Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center. We attended a full days activities that included a active 'model village', Native Indians performed meaningful dances [like the Bear Dance], and finally, a huge museum ...
I am not normally someone who believes in the whole wrath of god thing but after our time in Oklahoma I don't know what else to call what we went through. First off, hats off to Sam for driving the whole 8 and a half hours from St. Louis to the National Park. We got some camping gear at Target before we left St. Louis and then it was a straight shot to Oklahoma. About half way there we started to see some heat lighting and as we ...