Holiday Inn Big Rapids
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- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Let's start today with some RV trivia! 1) Do you know what Chocks are? They are blocks you put in front or behind your wheels to make sure you don't accidentally roll away while parked. Um....thank goodness for those...I don't want to be rolling anywhere! 2) Do you know how many amps we get when we are hooked up to the electric at the campsite? Our rig, and most Class C's, are 30 amp. The class A's - those bus looking RV's usually take 50 ...
Happy Birthday Sydney Ott! Our drive today over to the Newaygo State Park was only a 2 hour drive and we didn't have to be out of our spot at Ludington until 1pm so we decided to rent a tandem kayak for a few hours in the morning before leaving. We got the kayak at Hamlin Beach and paddled over to a place called the Lost lake, it was very serene and we saw two huge ...
... due to the presence of the rivers. Named Big Rapids for the many river rapids in the area it was incorporated in 1869. It is a very biker friendly area. With several nice restaurants in the area we chose to eat at The Blue Cow which had very high ratings. The food was delicious and we even ate outside!
We spent most of the day Thursday in Grand Rapids. Unfortunately it rained a lot so ...
We left my grandpa’s house at 6am after spending the last
11 days there with family. It was bittersweet leaving everyone behind but it
was time to rejoin our lives at the circus in my grandma’s memory. She loved
our show and loved that John was a clown. It was fitting that the bouquet of flowers
the circus sent to her visitation were the same flowers that went to her
gravesite. She was an honorary member of our circus family and the ...
... initially concerned that they were watching a show dressed in their muumuus, with no trousers underneath…haha) and one lady’s granddaughter. Our last stop for the day was at a local grocery store that was selling tickets for the circus.
We only have an hour drive to the next town…the sponsor set us up at an RV/mobile home community, so at least we’ll have electric and water for the night. Almost to ...