Super 8 Motel Marysville Port Huron
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It's been over a year since we completed our "Great Meander on the Little Loop" parts 1 & 2. We had so much fun we want to keep going. So this year we are heading north. We don't have a "Loop" planned so much as a "Cruise Out" We're heading up Lake Huron (some of which we did in Part 1 of the Little Loop) and will be cruising the northern part of Georgian ...
... these huge refineries: Enbridge, Esso, Nova, etc are solar farms (psssst do NOT ask Todd his opinion on solar farms....don't do it...it's bound to lead to his opinion on wind farms and how they are giant bird killers..... I like to poke the bear quit a bit, but today Todd took us to explore some history, the Oil Museum of Canada at Oil Springs, ON. They have done a great job with their exhibits here and the oil ...
... Huron at about noon. The beach was a perfect spot to launch for a paddle in Lake Huron. I spent a few minutes visiting with a local about the ships that enter at the same location as the bridge where I crossed into Michigan. The huge ships create an immense and dangerous undertow when they arrive at Port Huron. There is also a slight current at this beach, which intensifies with ...
... and stuff that is planned for us looks Amazing! We had our "opening ceremonies" at the Piquette Avenue Ford Plant in Detroit, where they actually manufactured the Model T Ford automobiles. Dinner was great - catered BBQ from a place called Slow's.
I'm hoping that we can slow it down a bit for the next few days and enjoy our trip through Ontario tomorrow. We've got an early start tomorrow and I'm wiped, so I'll sign off for now. ...
... and he welcomed us to Canada without reservation. Our entry port was Sombra, Ontario, a quiet seasonal town of 250 residents. Everything in Sombra was closed and the B & B was no longer in business, so we had to drive 13 miles to the closest town, Wallaceburg, ON. We checked into the Wallaceburg Days Inn as the crack of thunder ...