Weathervane Terrace Inn And Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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We drove to the UP (Michigan talk for Upper Peninsula) and enjoyed visiting St. Ignace and Mackinaw City. These areas are like others we’ve seen with cute main streets and lots of restaurants and shops. The Mackinaw Bridge was interesting to go across. It was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it was complete in 1957. We saw it in the distance when we rode the ferry over to Mackinaw Island back in June so it was good to ...
... covered knoll at the top edge of the bluff that, from the water, had the appearance of a sleeping bear...wind and erosion have caused the "bear" to be greatly reduced in size over the years.
We went to dinner last night with our friends Don & Dar at the Black Star Farms Winery for a Michigan fish boil. The food was great. We had never been to a Michigan fish boil before. It is a lot like the ones we do in the south but they use lake trout and white ...
... for tomorrow's departure. We're headed out tomorrow for Escanaba, Michigan. We'll be spending one night at OB Fuller State Park, then head on into WIsconsin and Minnesota. It's going to be a hard four days of driving between here and the Black Hills of South Dakota. We're not looking forward to the drive, but we know that next weekend will see us at Dad and Susan's, who we haven't seen in far too long. Tomorrow's going to be a busy day, so It's off to bed for me! 'Night, ...
... long, and the barge they were launched from was located much closer to the spectators lining Round Lake. It was a great show, and by 10:45 PM the crowd was clapping and the boats in the marina were sounding their horns in approval. Another Venetian festival (the 85th this year) was over, and the crowds slowly dispersed. The larger crowd meant that we had to wait a little longer before making the trek up the hill to where we had parked, but by 11:45 ...