Stafford's Perry Hotel
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... and the longest suspension bridge between anchorages in the Western Hemisphere. Mackinaw City is the most popular tourist city in the state of Michigan. Since it was late in the tourist season the crowds were less than in the peak time during the summer. We stayed at a great campground over looking Lake ...
... stone, the Petoskey Stone. She had just shopped at Bailey's Place Petoskey Stones & Stuff. We marveled at the complex beauty of her fossilized coral sample.
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This Prehistoric Fossil Rocks: Well before dinosaurs roamed the earth, over 350 million years ago during ...
... t know if it might be a coyote or wolf. Later in the day, Nick sent me a message . . . that his neighbors confirmed that it was a grey wolf!!
We did see lots of chipmunks, squirrels . . . and a deer that makes regular visits (they call her Alice!).
As we approached The Mighty Mac, we couldn't get a pictured at some of the pullouts because of the fog. It didn't clear to get a good view until just we entered the approach!
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... joins the North Channel. We stayed here a few days and caught up with other Loopers. We enjoyed cocktails on Young At Heart with Glen and Brenda and were joined by Julie and Andy on Fruitcakes and by Phyllis and Dick on Wye Tug. The Bakers joined us in Little Current and we left the next day to enjoy several days cruising the North Channel. We poked our nose into the Benjamin Islands and saw lots of other boats anchored in a popular spot. We went on to ...
... and water breaking beneath the bow. It's a continuous reminder that it’s just you out there…you and the wind, water and sky.
Along with all this, the many captains and crew members who sail this and other races know that each is a member of a team, there to help and encourage each other to get the job done. They also know that they are connected to one of the great sailing traditions ...