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We made our way south to Mackinaw City which is at the northern tip of the Michigan's Lower Peninsula along the southern shore of the Straits of Mackinac. These two land masses are physically connected by the 8,614-foot (2,626 m) Mackinac Bridge. Opened in 1957, it is the world's 16th-longest in ...
... we think) sandhill cranes . . . that we saw on the trip into Marquette! No picture this time, though!!
Oh, the night before, while stilling on Nick & Connie's sheltered patio, Nick thought he saw an animal . . . he wanted me to get up and look at it, but when I got out of my chair, it made a noise and I spooked it. Nick mentioned it, and Carol thought she had seen something, too . . . and it looked like a wolf! Nick knew it was bigger than a fox . . . ...
... some of the locks, but usually locked through with others. We had purchased a Parks Canada permit to tie up to the lock walls along the way, so that's where we stopped for the evening. In the larger towns, there were power pedestals and we could also get water. However, there were some lock walls where we ran our generator for power. Since the weather was generally cool at night, we turned the generator off before bedtime and were quite comfortable.
... that the course is considered a practice course and there is no fee. They probably assumed we were guests, but we went along and played the course that went up and down the hills and did not pay a cent. Not our best game, but we had fun and didn't feel rushed. Best of all, the price was right. We were hot and looking for a cool treat. On to downtown Harbor Springs, we found a gelato shop and set a spell with some icy concoctions. Strolling in and out ...
Breakfast at a little place called Roast and Toast in the Gaslight District. Afterward, we shopped in the area and found a nice bookstore called McLean & Eakin Booksellers. Elsewhere, Peggy was in shopping heaven and bought tea, spices, cooking tools and a sweater. Before we left Petoskey, we stopped at Kilwins, a chocolate, candy and ice cream shop where tours ran all day. We took the ...