Ramada Hancock Waterfront
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I think I have eaten so many that I am done! I packed-up my suitcase and cooked dinner. Felt like a Sunday. Shirley sent me a picture of my great grandparents. Nice to put a face to a name. Maybe I can find out more information next time I am in ...
... also raised a few more. In the letter to my grandmother, Alfreda Boatman said that Robert Allen was the cousin of Alfreda Whitegreaves; as far as I knew, no other relatives were in Michigan. Who were they and how were they related? Do they have family still in Calumet? Where was/is Opechee and can I locate where my grandparents lived? Can I find the location of the mine that my great grandad worked in - or the remnants of it? Why did the newspaper article mention Florida? ...
... I did think about my muffin all day yesterday), so had our delicious apricot muffins for breakfast. Mmmmm.... After pottering around in the morning, we decided it was time to do laundry - so drove to the laundromat opposite the theatre in Calumet. Whilst waiting for our clothes to wash, we went for a look-see in Calumet Theatre - which is attached to the town hall and includes an opera house (now a ballroom that Glen Miller's Orchestra have played in). ...
... smell. Wonderful. I then thought of Hansel and Gretel and was wondering if we were heading toward the witch's cottage!!! I saw a red squirrel! I have seen grey, white, black and now red. It made that angry noise - I guess an alarm call like the graveyard squirrel. It was too quick to take a picture and it was not happy. In the cleared area it smelt so much sweeter still. I wonder if it was the cut-up wood? Then a creaking sound came out from a falling log. As soon as ...
... a man was waving at us. I ignored him as he must have been waving at someone else, or was slightly mental. Jonathan walked over (I'm thinking, "What are you doing?") and it was the man from Lakeview Cemetery. He tried following us after we left the cemetery as he realized that he made a mistake. On a trip to the bank, he drove past us and found us :-) He said that Laura Allen was in section 17, lot 68. Oh my goodness. She's there and not in that creepy abandoned graveyard. ...