New Buffalo Inn & Spa
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... dammed for a grist mill and sawmill operation but now the water flows freely over the 65' falls and all that remains is the remnants of the mill building. I would love to return sometime to take a ride on the Park-run railroad that makes stops throughout the park. It would also be fun to see the demonstration of the operation of a lock along the canal - something to look forward to on a return trip. Oh, I also added my ...
Have traveled across the northern part of Ohio toward Indiana. Staying in Niles, Michigan tonight as South Bend was booked. Are headed for Indian Dunes National Park and from there the American Pickers shop in LeClair, Indiana. The American Pickers shop should be a ...
... egg, bacon & cheese wraps with veggies (carrots) Nap (1 hour) Bike ride to rustic campground with Karin & Sharlene Bill, Karin, Sharlene hiked the Mt. Randall trail from our campground to the beach --- visited with Russ, Cornelia, Dave, Karen, Wendy & Rory spent the afternoon at the beach "Beverages" back at the camp Dinner: Wraps with leftover pork, grilled onions & peppers, beans, salad Drove to Sherman's Ice Cream in ...
... kayaking. Interesting that the same lake (Erie) was so pretty and clear in Erie, PA, and so polluted looking near Toledo. I did see some factories on the horizon so maybe that had something to do with it.
I had not been on a bicycle in a while, so I decided to rent a bike from the front desk, $7/hour. I selected a yellow beach cruiser (they were all yellow) that was somewhat uncomfortable. I rode around the park, unsuccessfully tried to find Kelly ...
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Later in our stay we decided to explore a little more before taking our leave, we walked one of the many trails but not having set out until fourish we were aware that we needed to watch the time as sunset would be about 6. Telling ourselves that we would turn back around 5 o’clock, we sauntered along the pretty woodland path. We then decided we might as well ...