Hampton Inn Port Huron
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sabbatical" from the working life and meandering the world. We're happy that he has the time and the desire to meander with us. He will be our official travel photographer so stay tuned for some great pictures.
Please note that this will be somewhat of a wilderness cruise into the wilds of Canada. Therefore there will be delays in publishing updates.
... The heavily treed area is behind us and has given way to small farms and fields of corn, potatoes, wheat and barley, which is beginning to turn golden. $3 is the toll to cross the Blue Water Bridge to Canadian customs. The bridge crosses over the very blue waters of the St. Clair River. Ok, you know how all our Saskatchewan oil goes to into Enbridge pipelines? Well I got to see the huge facility where it comes out! ...
... can imagine what the car looked like before we got there!! With our winnings, we bought some icecream for pud! Amazing icecream.... Peanut butter & chocolate, walnut & pecan and neapolitan! Scrummy!! Most of the other jobs were done by the time we returned, so we sat, chatted and looked at the photos from the wedding day and attempted not to be eaten alive by the black flies which seemed to ...
Another early start to a long day's cruising.
We left Elizabeth Park in Trenton at sunrise with clear skies and calm winds. It was a perfect day for our last leg of the Little Loop. We went through a swing bridge connecting Grosse Isle with the mainland, then under the Ambassador Bridge, and then the under the MacArthur Bridge ...
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
We departed on our little adventure Thursday morning and we'll be heading up Lake Huron around the Bruce Peninsula to Georgian Bay and beyond. A popular stopping point for cruisers entering the bay is Tobermory. We plan on stopping there after our run up Lake Huron and before we head south on Georgian Bay. Where we stop along the way up the lake depends mostly on the ...