Hampton Inn South Haven
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After a wonderful summer spent east of the Mississippi, we are finally heading west. Everything is crammed into a 5x8 trailer, our spirits are high, and we raring to go! Our guardians for the trip are Voltron, Defender of the Universe, and a Pink Unicorn/Pegasus. And of course, MAZYWANKENOBI. So much gratitude to everyone who we visited during this enchanted summer. The love and encouragement you've given us has been sustenance to two weary travelers. Thank you so ...
Up at dawn and we hit the ground...picking! Gia and I got an early start and picked 3 pounds of blueberries right here at our campground for only $1.25/lb. They were medium sized but sweeter than any blueberry I had ever ever tasted - like candy! Picking them was easy - just combing your hand through the bush and right into the bucket, our bucket filled quickly. 3 very young steer border our campground's blueberry patch so Gia and I fed ...
... even with the chair barrier. Mom had to switch with Gia. After settling into the cabin, grocery shopping and a hot dog dinner, the girls (and Dad) got their wiggles out by jumping on the awesome jumping pad - (Mom got into the act too!) followed by s'mores back at the cabin and a quick bath for the girls. Today is beach and blueberry picking so we are getting an early ...
... excited about heading into the state and now it’s over.
Oh, John did tell me a funny story from the morning: they stopped by a hardware store that was selling tickets. The owner, Doug, loves his job and it shows…he’s famous in this area for giving the Aisle 7 Tour of the hardware store (you can even get t-shirts afterwards that say "I survived the Aisle 7 Tour!"). The whole tour is ...
... Since she is nervous with most driving, I had a hard time imagining her on the dune ride. She says her friend still has bruises on her arm where she held on.
We had interesting companions for the day. The ladies who sat behind us on the bus seemed to have been almost everywhere in the world and were going to Australia next. Our next trip will be to Traverse City that is four hours north of here. That will be the furthest north we have yet to go in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center