Schuss Village-Shanty Creek Resorts
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... mat. The next thing I remember was Jonathan coming in and laughing at me as I was in bed with Sirius and Weasley, the tabby cat, with a guilty look only face! I did have a little towel down as Sirius has a habit that I can sympathize with as my cat, Minette used to do the same thing; drools when scratched! Anyways, I was getting my cat fix being surrounded by purring, but Jonathan caught me! ...
... of day to be flying, air was so smooth, saw lot's of flocks of birds flying in formation. Some other boats who had also enjoyed Saturday night on the river.
I stopped at Savanna, Illinois, very pleased to find an airport (Tri-City) that had Mogas in the bowser on the field - very unusual. Left ...
... log cabin in the forest. So peaceful. The smell of the trees and the sounds of crickets and tree frogs (I never realized that it was tree frogs) was just so relaxing. Carol and Roger built the house themselves by hand and even removed the bark off the trees themselves. It reminds me of my friend Andrew's cabin in Norway. I loved the vegetable patch - so many vegetables, herbs and lots of other things. I kept sniffing ...
... of shrimp and clams. Unfortunately, on the way back to the RV we hit a deer and it did some damage to the front of my car. We can still drive the car. It will have to wait to get fixed until we get home in November. The deer it did not fare so well.
... hopefully for the last time until we hit Dad's place in about four days), then headed home for the evening. Both coming and going, we got caught by the drawbridge in Charlevoix. The bridge goes up and down on the half hour to allow boats too big to pass under it access to and from Lake Michigan. After dinner, Mike lit a Swedish log candle that Chris had brought with him from Watkin's Glen. This ingenious little device consisted of about an 18 inch section of hardwood ...