Ramada Grayling Hotel And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Slept in until almost 9:00am Cloudy, breezy, light rain 47F Coffee, toast, fruit for breakfast Packed up & left at 11:50am; Left at same time as Do & Brian Shopping at West Branch 1:00pm (met Do & Brian there) Coffee at Tim's Left West Branch at 2:50pm Shopping at Great Lakes Crossings (5:00pm) - Bed Bath & Beyond - Meijer gas $2.539/gal - Meijer shopping - Left 6:00pm No delay at tunnel; Home at 6:40pm Total mileage: 759.6 ...
... beet red - Detached bench once on shore (9/16" wrench) Donated sailboat to Christian men's organization in U.P. --- Jim picked the boat up & towed it away Lunch: Brian's chili, hot dogs Packed up the back of boathouse & put up the shutters Re-attached the barbed wire fence to the new gate post Lowered the flagpole & fixed the rope & ...
... only 1 deer north of St Helen Learned that Ma Deeters restaurant in Luzern burned to the ground on Wed night Arrived at the cottage at 9:50pm --- Do & Brian had been here since Wed; Rob arrived at 7:30pm Visited & chatted Everyone to bed at 11:45pm --- Do & Brian upstairs; Bill & Karin in Rob's room; Rob on couch in fireplace room Temp outside --- 47F; mostly cloudy & ...
... tunes so that Grandma could hear Jonathan play and we played the little song we performed at the wedding. We didn't make it half way through the song as Cuppy thought we were singing to her and was sat right in front of me looking up and Jonathan took one look at us both and lost it! I was trying my best but cracked-up as well at that point! Grandma Gert is an amazing artist and has painted beautiful pictures with water colours, oils, draws, makes quilts, teddy ...
... by the "Sugar Shack" - it's a little shed that has a wood burner and a giant pan I guess where the maple sap is heated to make homemade maple syrup. The tree has a hole drilled into it and then a tube called a spile lets the sap drip out and it's collected. I have never been a fan of maple syrup (Jonathan has made me pancakes with maple syrup before), but Aunt Carol gave me a little sample with a spoon and I could ...