Eagle River Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a very lazy day today. Reading, listening to music, eating, enjoying the view - we eventually took a trip into town to get some supplies. I can't believe it, but I really fancied fudge, so bought a slice in Calumet. I actually did not want a ...
Note to self: Do not partake in jam sampling before going to bed. I forgot to mention that after buying the jams at the monastery, we regretted not buying the thimbleberry (unique to the Keweenaw region) to try. So when at a little store in copper Harbour, bought a thimbleberry jam from the "Jam Lady". I don't know why we thought that a late night cup of tea and toast with jam was a good idea? Thimbleberry does have its own distinct flavour (Jonathan's ...
... sounds at times; maybe a bird every now and then or something rustling in the undergrowth softly. But usually just the sound of leaves. We are so loud. Our heavy feet make so much noise that I am sure that there are so many little eyes watching us and annoyed at the disturbance. I can capture pictures, sound but not smell on my iPhone. It's such a shame as I'd love to share the smells I inhale at times. Today I was smelling amazing things: at the monastery as they ...
... and we are both so relaxed that we decided to have a day off from research and just chill out at the cabin, until we had a hankering for baked goods from the Monastery down the road. The monk that served us had the longest beard that I had seen in the longest time and they all had little black caps and robes - except the monk on the room at the back making jam who was in his chef whites. They had shelves of homemade or monk- made ...
... that died in the 1950s as Shirley said was the lady that looked after my Granny when she was little. She is the lady that buried my great grandmother. She died in 1956 and her stone just says "Alfreda", but there is a big stone in from of her and her husband's that says "Boatman" and a bigger stone to the left that says "Whitegreave". We were definitely in the right place but not convinced that Great Grandma was buried in he same spot as Pearl who died in the 80s. ...