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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 ...
... to explore and geocache. We arrived to Ludington, MI and camped at Poncho's Pond, #225, a very nice site for the RV and tent. More food needed for the two bottomless pits, prompted a trip for groceries.
6-21-14 – Saturday and Summer Equinox (the Longest Day of the Year).
On the way to Ludington State Park, we did a couple geocaches. At the park the boys had a chance to ...
... 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 ...
... the passenger seat as a dock worker drove the RV off…so excited to see us!
We drove for several hours through WI – beautiful farm land (really big farms and a large windmill field). Then after a quick stop at Wal-Mart for restocking (an electric frying pan appeared in my carriage, I sorely missed Denise's-had to have one) we headed off to Montello, ...
... were warned not to attempt the hike to the water and back up the sand dunes, we now understand why. Documents say it is a steep 450 foot drop; it looks more like 4,500 foot drop. From the lookout area on top of the Dunes, people on the shore below look like ants.
We could spend weeks in this area, beautiful hikes and so much to take in. I am sure we will return!
Today, the 12th, we toured on up the western peninsula shore line of Lake Michigan ...