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... we discovered a bookstore, a nautical shop, clothing boutiques, gifts shops and a kitchen supply store. The boys looked at boats in the harbor docked on a beautiful afternoon. Dinner at a restaurant called Turkey Pizzaria. We shared a large pizza and it was delicious. Before we left, we enjoyed a jazz musician participating in an event called Musique in Harbor Springs. There were performers on every block. Back at the condo, we packed what we could and went to ...
... received free samples...yum. Had our first taste of fudge and it was so much better than we've ever had, soft and light with a variety of flavors. Before we left we each picked out a treat of our first choice: taffy (Pat), caramel corn (Ted), truffles (Peggy) and caramel turtles (Terry). Lunch in the condo, Peggy made tacos in Frito bags in which all the taco toppings were dumped and ate ...
... the world. People came from Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere this year just to "sail the Mac." I’d also be willing to bet they would agree with a saying that a late, long-time family friend, one who sailed in many “Macs” seemed to live by. In fact, it was printed on cards he had made to let people know he was ready to sail:
If All That Surrounds You Is the Horizon—That Is ...
Our first golf outing as a family. It was a beautiful setting and a challenging course, especially for beginners and kids. We finished 9 holes before the storm. Lunch at the club hit the spot. Spent the afternoon watching a movie and eating dinner in. The boys went fishing and Pat caught a fish he named ...
... an experience to walk among so many beautiful butterflies. Next door, we visited St. Ann Catholic Church. Continued our ride along the coast, we stopped to enjoy the view. Shopped a little for souvenirs and treated ourselves to ice cream before going back on the ferry. In Mackinaw City we bought some fish hooks and took a picture of a giant hot dog. It wasn't far to get on the Big Mack Bridge just to say we did it. Terry even drove back conquering his fears of long bridges over ...