Silver Sands Resort
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... the prime rib and Mary had fish and chips. I was not disappointed.
There was a lot of prairie/forest. Really pretty, but strangely, as Greg said, the GPS kept trying to lead us down the garden path except that we didn't want to go there! When we did get to St. Ignace, (pronounced Igness), our hotel was on the shore of Lake Michigan. When we lived in Illinois, we knew that we were looking at ...
... is moved with horse power, people, cargo, everything, is moved in wagons and carriages. Do I need to say that you have to watch where you walk? Instead of paying to ride a carriage we decided to walk around the island (we're walkers, right). Up hill, down hill, and back up hill again. Did I mention the this is a hilly island? Actually, it was beautiful and I don't regret the walking. Hey, we needed to burn off the ...
... security in the capitol building itself. It's a nice feeling to be able to just walk in and wander around. I never did figure out if Lansing has a downtown core. Once we left the capitol and wandered through the many state office buildings it seems we were in residential areas. It was nice for walking, but I wondered where the downtown was. Maybe there isn't one? The Mini ran much better today. I really do believe the weather has ...
... to avoid too many bites. We spent the day today on Mackinac Island - always wanted to see it. We rode the motorcycle to the docks and took a ferry over and spent the day walking the island. There are no motor vehicles allowed on the island- only foot traffic, bicycles and horse drawn carriages. We enjoyed a day off from riding in the truck and getting some needed exercise. My muscles are saying ahhhhhhh. Also, for you Scotty enthusiasts, ...
... leads him outside. The man keeps talking. My thoughts drift off to a week ago, on a hot day in June when we are eating dinner.
“Listen up everyone.” Mommy begins. “Shirley is in the hospital today for her last and easiest operation, after seven other surgeries. The doctor put a pin in her normal leg when she was five, to stop it from growing until her stunted leg, which was crippled by polio, ...
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