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First official blog entry June 3, 2014 writing from French Farm Lake, MI in Macknaw City. Day 3 and all is well! Relatively smooth sailing through Ohio and Michigan. Our first night was spent at Fulton Farms - a member of the Harvest Hosts organization - if you don't know about Harvest Hosts, check it out at www.harvesthosts.com. Members enjoy free overnight camping at a network of farms, wineries and breweries across the US. What could ...
Touched by an Angel
My mind wanders back two years. "Who wants to go swimming in Long Lake?" Tricky asks.
“I do, I do!” we kids chant.
“Change into bathing suits, and jump into the car,” Tricky suggests. “I'll drive.”
Seven of us pile into our one-year-old 1957 DeSoto. I’m the youngest at age six, and Tricky is the oldest, at age 17. Tricky puts the ...
... warm. As far as snow goes, other than on Christmas, you can have it! I hate shoveling off my car for an hour after work everyday, driving 25 mph EVERYWHERE, slippery/snotty roads, whiteouts, salt on my Jeep, all of it I hate it. I would love Michigan IF I could spend the winters somewhere else-somewhere warm. So....I just have to figure out HOW to go about doing ...
... unpacking the camper:
- Plastic baskets and shoebox storage containers work well for keeping small canned goods, spices and other items from rolling around and make them easily accessible in the pantry.
- Small suspension current rods are great at holding items in or creating shelves out of non-shelf spots in the camper.
- The hanging, soft-sided shelves you can hang in closets are ...
... retains the "aw" spelling while the bridge, straits and island steadfastly cling to the "ac" spelling. No matter how it is spelled, however, it is always pronounced Mackinaw! MACKINAW CITY The Mackinac Bridge, the Mighty MacRising 552 feet (that's 55 stories!) above the Straits of Mackinac, where Lakes Michigan and Huron meet, is the world-famous Mackinac Bridge. Also known as the "Mighty Mac," this engineering marvel is 5 miles long ...
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