Little River Casino Resort
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... choppy so it was best to be seated on this trip! We pulled into port at 7 p.m., waited for the RV to be delivered to the Badger parking lot on a beautiful, sunny evening. This is the last leg of our trip, spending the night at Cartier Park in Ludington. Tomorrow we head back to Pleasant Lake.... Many memories and feeling so ...
... of gently rolling hills. The forests are even-storied (only about 80' tall max), healthy, dense & mixed specie. Very pretty. People grow vegetable gardens but minimal flowers in the ground - but lots and lots of spots of color in varying flower pots and hanging baskets - they're beautiful. Plenty of fruit stands along the way. There are lakes, lakes & more lakes everywhere! Too bad the winters here are so brutal. Half way to Mackinac Island. More on this ...
Left at 0700 and rode 500 feet for breakfast because the sky looked like it was going to open up.
Did the Tunnel of Trees, then stopped for custard at Bop-In in Bay View, Michigan.
Stopped for lunch in at a bowling alley/restaurant called Tucker's in a cute little town called Northport, Michigan.
We rode by the lake almost all day today. Just really gorgeous scenery.
Onward to ...
... the beach and put their feet in the 52 degree Lake Michigan. This was their second lake of their Great Lakes experience.
In the afternoon, we rented two more kayaks and we all cruised 6 miles down the Pere Marquette River. Dinner at the RV, we later had a campfire and S’mores. It stays light here till 10:00 PM!
A perfect day? You bet!
Time to move on in the morning ...
... until they sparkle also.”
I quickly learn to avoid film and water spots, by NOT using Comet and detergent. Instead, I wipe everything dry with the used towels I throw into the laundry.
“ELIZABETH, vue must go back and vacuum Cabin Number 38. There is sand on the hardwood floors.”
“I did vacuum the floors,” I insist. “I’ll go back and do them again.”
Being located on the beach has ...