Inn at Manistee National Golf & Resort
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... handed and there was a screaming kid in the restaurant . . .
that added to our 'unforgettable' dining experience!! But, the food was
good. Oh well, should have gone to Ruby Tuesday's!! Picking
restaurants on the road ain't easy! Most picks have been pretty good . . . this one, well as I wrote, the food was good! When I mentioned the short-handed service . . . when the person cashing me out did the usual . . . 'how was every thing?' . . . and would ...
We were up early today and left the campground by 8 a.m. We are heading to the Upper Peninsula but will stop half way. Made a reservation at a KOA in Roscommon at Higgins Lake. Along the way we traveled Interstate 75 and saw lots of beautiful farmland along the way. Some of it reminded me of PA's Amish Country, Nice and flat/green and you can see for miles on the open road. As we get closer to the campground, the scenary ...
... and spent the early afternoon with a buddy of mine in Stratford, Ontario. From there we made our way through pretty countryside scenery to Sarnia, where we crossed the border into Michigan. Finally, a steady stream of rundown concrete highways first Westbound and then north, brought us to Grayling.
The only reason we find ourselves ...
... are smart little creatures; I have several bites on my scalp. Guess I should have worn a cap.
On Saturday, Kelly and I will travel to Ann Arbor, MI, to explore the university campus. I will drop Kelly off at the Ann Arbor airport shuttle and she will continue on to the Detroit airport to fly home. I will continue my journey west, or north, or south. No definite plans at this juncture.
... the number we had but also made an effort to look for wood in abandoned sites or in the woods to help keep the cost down.
Planning a menu for each 5-7 days also helps in managing the use of the fridge, which is not huge, and keeping things fresh. We would plan out 5 meals and the other two would either be leftovers or a rollover meal- using food from another meal to make it into something new. ...