Holiday Inn Stevens Point Convention Center
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... of the course was quieter, with nice homes around it.
On the way to the course, we had to stop in Oxford and see the famous (from the TV show Hee Haw) Maggie Mae's Cafe, so we could take a couple pix and send them to Maggie's brother Rick, who encouraged us to stop and see it. Major Hee Haw fan he is. It was closed that day though, so we couldn't go in.
After our round of golf, we took ...
Wed 26 June 2014
We carried on thru Wisconsin but on the spur of a moment we decided to make a little detour north, to the Smoky Hills. Michelle found a State Forrest that sounded interesting. This whole area is covered with many Lakes large and small, but one hardly travels for a couple of miles without seeing water. The main village is called Detroit Lakes which lies on a very large lake. We passed thru there and later found the sign for our Forrest. It was a ...
We covered quit a few miles again in the last week. The weather has been mostly cool except for one night when it was so hot that we went out the next morning and bought a fan. Since then it has turned to be very cold, around 15 deg. or less at night, so Wal- Mart made a sale again, one blanket to add to the one we brought along from SA. After all it is supposed to be summer.
From our last stop in central Michigan ...
Well it's about that time, all packed up and ready to fly out tomorrow! I somehow managed to pack everything into my pack and a carryon suitcase- just hoping I'm under the 50 pound limit and that I can lift my suitcase into the overhead compartment (that's my biggest fear). Mom is being surprisingly calm, except she made me bring two purses to be "safe" and modeled how to wear the unsafe purse correctly….. But I can't complain, I'd say ...
... racing at the county fair. Sulkies are little horse-drawn carts -- my grandfather had one and raced at this very fair, between the wars. The horses can either move front and rear legs in opposite directions (trotting) or they can move the legs on the same side (front and rear) in the same direction -- this is a special skill. Horses that can do that are pacers, and watching ...