The Inn at Little Sister Hill
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Yes we are here. Had a good long drive. The roads are monotonous so Geoff was tired. We checked out of hotel on Mackinac Island at 10am to catch boat at 10.30. They took care of our luggage and it was derived to boat by bike. We walked over about ten mins. The boat was late coming in and leaving but we were very quick getting over there and were there before 11am. We collected our car and luggage. I called in the shop at the port and bought a bag. We then set off on the ...
... windpants and 2 pairs of socks. That wind.
Anyhow, we fished with spinner bait and caught a ton of bass spawning up and down the river.
The water getting there was rocky and shallow but crystal clear and amazing. Wish I had a paddle board, some sunshine and Texas heat.
We wrapped around 4pm, and now I am working, packing and wrapping my head around the fact that we will lose 8 hours and be in Sweden on ...
... a wonderfully well tended and run place which is just in back of the Ephraim Shores Hotel, so prime location- only a minute walk to the shore, and in the heart of town. The big plus for us was that they were the only ones I called who would give us a one night stay three months out, plus it was a reasonable price. We were there on a thursday night so I thought we'd ...
... of Door County. We went from one quaint seaside town to another. From Sturgeon Bay to Carlsville, Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Ephraim, Sister Bay, Ellison Bay, and at the tip of the peninsula- Gill's Point. Robin and Steve were our personal tour guides. Stopped in Sister Bay for an outside waterfront lunch. Simply an amazing view. Cherry season is ...
... sleepier, much less touristy, but both are beautiful. In between the two shores is farmland, mostly orchards (apples and cherries are quite famous here), corn and ridiculously picturesque barns. Geologically Door County is the far western edge of the Niagara Escarpment, a rock bowl of dolomite (compressed limestone) that stretches all the way to Niagara Falls. The west side has more cliffs and rocky outcroppings, whereas the east side is gentler, with ...