Little Hawk Resort and Marina
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... had held such wonderfully happy memories for MM. It was quite emotional. Dad visited there once, which was special. Tim And Gill then took us around the lake and other islands - three had been owned by the Beckers. After we got back to their cottage we saw a Bluejay, a Woodpecker and a Chipmunk (called Alvin). We had a delightful dinner. So grateful to them for their kindness to us. A very very special day. If we flew home tomorrow, the trip would have been worth ...
... was where MM taught swimming and diving every summer for many years. Pioneer Camps are Christian Camps and it was there in 1939 that she went alone out into the forest to to pray about her future with Dad. Glad she didn't meet a bear! Stayed night at Huntsville. Dad came skiing here winter 37/38. There is a photo in Bob's collection of Dad here ...
... we also got some newbies. Plus we switched vans. All the Germans and Austrians of our group left us, minus myself but instead the kiwi girl left. Melanie, a swiss girl, stayed with our sub-group of 6 and we kept Beth as our guide. The new members were also mainly german native speakers, but somehow our group for the weekend managed not to get as severely divided as the last one. Perhaps it was because it was now a smaller group, or because we barely talked any German amongst each other. ...
... We literally circled around ourselves in the middle of the lake, probably confusing a family of loons that was dodging us. Josh said I got better as the session went on.
It was a perfect, windless afternoon, reducing the surface of the lake to a magical sheet of glass.
We didn't have any pet snakes on this site like the two we had in Rosebary Lake, but Josh made friends with a cute tiny frog, a little salamander and a couple ...
... By the time we drove into the garage it was 7:30 DST and 12:30 our body time. By the time we laid our head on the pillow we had been up over 21 hours. All in all, we had a wonderful trip! All the planning that we put into it for many months paid off. We were glad to be home safe and sound. A few after thoughts on what makes for a successful trip: - a great traveling companion who enjoys the same things you do , has an adventuresome spirit and can stay ...