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... or Mackinaw) City . . . and hit a few of the shops . . . bought some caramel corn from a favorite shop . . . and some good Mackinac Fudge!!, then got back on the road.
We got to the Hampton Inn in Gaylord
about 5:00 p.m. It was right across the road from a Bob Evans (a chain that started out in
Ohio) . . . and there was a Ruby Tuesday's a little further down the
road. We opted to walk over to the Bob Evans. Not a good idea. They
... bit and it reminds me of VT/ME. Campground is small and not many people staying here. It is definitely much more secluded here and I know we'll have a good quiet night here. There was a concert here tonight and for those of you who watch the VOICE, he was a finalist on the VOICE in 2013.....Jared Blake. He's a great country/western singer and him/his band performed for over 2 hours. It was great. We had a great ...
... and spent the early afternoon with a buddy of mine in Stratford, Ontario. From there we made our way through pretty countryside scenery to Sarnia, where we crossed the border into Michigan. Finally, a steady stream of rundown concrete highways first Westbound and then north, brought us to Grayling.
The only reason we find ourselves ...
... Park in Roscommon, MI. Our campsite (with full hookups) is less than 50 yards from the lake.
The temps are mid 70's during the day and high 40's at night. The park is quiet and serene with extremely clean and modern bathrooms. This is one of my favorite campgrounds.
We are finding that it is still early in the camping season for this area. There are few campers, and facilities are not ...
... We were both good about keeping up our journals, found an ease in chores, setting up and breaking down and fell into a routine that seemed to work. We made an effort to spend a lot of time outside instead of getting lazy and just watching TV. It helps that we don’t have cable and in many laces only got PBS stations, which we watched many great shows on. Firewood can get expensive so we ...