The Inn at Black Star Farms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm about to leave!!! HUZZAH!!
Today when I was saying goodbye to people I had a friend say to me "I'm so proud of you! You're being bold! You're going to get so much out of it!" I loved that!
Last year when I was about to leave for my NOLS course I was FREAKING OUT. It was a new place with new people embarking on a major expedition, and I was way nervous. But after doing that and having such an incredible time venturing out ...
... one board and thankfully had help with four other boards from T&A, Bubbles, Chard & Judy's daughter Amy. That was the most difficult thing to do for me as I had to go through years of photo albums to try to summarize almost 37 years of our life together on a board only 3 foot by 4 foot. I cried the most during that exercise. It was horrible. I had a complete melt down and was unable to do anything or even eat for over a day. Next, I had to make ...
... corn maze in search of the apple pie thief! and munched on yummy donuts! From there we traveled to Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive, hiked some dune areas and took in some awesome views of Lake Michigan. From there we drove on to Glen Arbor, visited Cherry Republic and ate pizza at the local park where the grandkids were able to continue playing at the playground. How blessed we are to have shared in such a beautiful ...
... Ric******* of Mayville, MI; and sister Judy (Tom) Dalgleish of Lapeer, MI.
Nieces: Amy (Daryl) Tindale of North Branch, MI; Brenna Ric******* of Manistee, MI; Annie (Robbie) Bauer, River Ridge, FL; Liz Ric******* of Mayville, MI
Great Nieces: Marisa Tindale, Taea Dalgleish, Emma Dalgleish, Penelope Dalgleish, Kia Ric*******, Ava Ric*******, and Great-great Niece Hayden Ric*******.
Nephews: Adam (Tonya) Dalgleish of West ...
... back and arms actually welcomed the upright, recreational posture as we sauntered along to camp.
At first glance, the Everflowing Waters Campground was an ideal stopover. Only a few uninhabited camping trailers were sprinkled across the lush green grounds, a babbling brook and songbirds ...