Colonial House Inn
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... Mackinac Fort, but decided to explore the island rather than go into the fort. It was so beautiful. We had a fabulous walk up hill (a novelty after living in flat Cayman) to Arch Rock and admired the view, then kept going to Sugar Loaf Rock which was the old water line (amazing) and then to Fort George. The views were absolutely stunning and the air had a cool breeze. After warming-up from the walk, I finally got rid of my jumper and was ...
... place. We had an ice cream and then queued up for the ride back. This was to be in a different type of carriage which was lower and bigger and three horses pulling instead of a two. We had commentary and went through the the forests then stopped at arch point for photos. We then continued stopping off at various points. We got off at the fort and walked the rest of ...
... young lady who was extremely helpful. She said she would honour our internet price. She also gave us lots of information including if we go on 10am ferry it will take us under the bridge whereas others don't. Had a meal in the driftwood across the road from ferry terminal recommended by her too. Had a good meal and it was reasonable. It was fish and chips yellow perch with fries and coleslaw. Back to room just after eight as we were ...
Its a beautiful 80 degrees! We're tempted to take one last cruise through the islands. But alas, our time is up for this season. Meander has been cleaned, unloaded, and is ready for a long winter's nap. Diane and Jeffrey have arrived to take us home, so off we go rolling down I-75.
We had a nice cruise covering 662 miles while visiting three Great Lakes. We spent ...
... the lay-up dock. It is time to move on to other adventures but we will miss cruising with our son, Mike. We feel fortunate to have had such quality time with him this past month. But the seasons are changing and Mike will move on to another boat in Costa Rica to cruise the Sea of Cortez and we will make preparations to snowbird to Florida. Life is good.