Montague Mountain Inn
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June 22, 2015
After an amazing weekend with family in Grand Rapids, we were off for the second part of our adventure, the beaches of Lake Michigan! We headed out on the road about 8:30, and headed toward our first stop of the day, Grand Haven. It was only about a 45 minute drive, but it was a gorgeous drive. The whole ride there Reagan kept asking where we were going, everytime I would respond with "to the beach sweetie," and she would contemplate my answer and say "no, we go ...
... on the new haircut? The airport was crazy busy when I arrived, and lets just say it got interesting trying to get my huge suitcase off the luggage belt. I eventually tackled it and hiked it off! It only dragged me for a split second, lol. Finally, I was relived when I got in a cab and knew it was my last leg of transportation to reach my final destination. Roma!
It is crazy to think that it is only my second day here! Time moves slower, but in a very good way! ...
... and then back to the lot.
The rain held off for most of the first show and then, of course, the skies opened up during finale. Some of the crowd made it to their cars in time but most did not so the tent was packed full of people waiting it out. By some miracle, I had a few kids who wanted their faces painted as the wind whipped the tent and rain was flying in through every opening. The other miracle was the parents agreeing to it and paying me while the ...
... our jammies - we stopped at the Silver Lake Sand Dune State Park and rode a big butt dune buggy over the dunes for about an hour. It was great fun and the whole car got a kick out of the 2 "Red Hat Ladies" trying to climb in and out of the darn thing. Glad we only stopped a couple of times, I couldn't have climbed in and out many more times.
ANOTHER EARLY START TOMORROW - we catch the ferry from Muskegon to Milwaukee tomorrow morning.
More tomorrow. ...
... up being close to 40,000 people at this festival -- it was sold out!) and set up to make room for tents and continuing traffic (going aisle for driving, car, tent, tent, car, aisle for driving, and so on for around ten rows per block). John and I, bringing only my small tent, quickly set up and helped our neighbors set their up too. They were all-too kind and offered us beer for our trouble, which was the kindling to a beautiful relationship we had with them. That ...