Mountain Run at Boyne
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... north. The flat terrain of southern and central Michigan gradually gave way to the rolling hills of northern Michigan. We eventually reached the southern shores of Lake Charlevoix, and followed it’s edge for 15 miles until we reached Charlevoix proper.
Skirting the edge of town, we made our way to Mike and Terri’s home. Chris’ parents live about five miles from Charlevoix proper, and have ...
... who were happy to share information about the fort and the life of their character. The Fort was a merchant Fort, not a military one and was shared by the French, the British and the Native Americans. It was moved to Mackinac Island just prior to the Revolutionary War and what wasn't moved was burned so that it could not be used but opposing forces. Archaeological Excavation was started in 1959 and ...
... the bridge crosses over the channel that connects Lake Michigan to Lake Huron. 3 Great Lakes in one day....2 to go! Come on Ciera, you can name them! The moron next to me really likes saying "Cheboygan" in odd bizarre voices, we are not far enough from the oil patch yet for the crazy to have deserted him! (insert eye roll here)!! Interstate 75 speed limit is 70 miles per hour, we are not wasting anytime and ...
... for us it was National Fudge day and the island's oldest fudge maker Murdick's Fudge was giving away free fudge so of course we got some free and bought more - just like they wanted! Fudge had its beginnings on the island in the 1887's. There were quite a lot of fudge shops to choose from.
The Chuck Wagon was a great place for lunch with their claim to have the best hamburgers on the island - which must have been true ...
... Fuji camera had to stay tucked in the handlebar bag. Later, I met a couple walking with their red umbrellas, Bob told me "Harbor Springs is a summer playground for the ultra wealthy and big money families from Detroit and Chicago."
Maura and I rendezvoused in Petoskey a bustling mini-city of 6,030 and namesake of the ...