Colonial House Inn
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... Lakes fur trade. This led to the establishment of Fort Mackinac on the island by the British during the American Revolutionary War. It was the site of two battles during the War of 1812.
In the late 19th century, Mackinac Island became a popular tourist attraction and summer colony. There are less than 500 people who live full-time on the ...
... 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 ...
We have found that most restrooms are clean, provide soap and paper towels. Much of the dispensing of these, as well as the water, is no touch - movement sensors.Sometimes the toilet flushing is movement sensored as well. Have had the toilet flush a few times when not expecting it. !!!
Travelled south through Petoskey and came across the largest cherry pie tin at Charlevoix. They baked the pie in the tin at the site ...
... especially the 2 year old cheddar.
The highway south was a quick way to reach St Ignace. Speed limit was 70 mph, 60 mph for trucks and minimum speed was 55 mph. Arrived early afternoon and found a motel which gave a 20% discount for over 50's!!! Have been for a drive around the town. No mooching up the town streets on foot as there is no protection from the rain over the footpath. Have discount vouchers for the casino! May go out and take a look.
... of summer this far north only lasts for a few short months, how beautiful do you really think it is come February? The river dumped us out into our next and final Great Lake and we docked in Port Huron, Michigan. Here Captain Steve and I enjoyed another day off, strolling the small town and enjoying an afternoon of big ball bowling, an outdoor concert and dinner at the fantastic Raven Café. Lounging in the cafe's overstuffed leather couches we were ...