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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and got into the car. Equipped with ham sandwiches, apples and bananas - we had no need to stop, so headed straight to Uncle Roger's and Aunt Carol's. We have had so much fudge and eaten so many pasties that we were happy to be back to eating sandwiches. The autumn colours were definitely brighter compared to last week, but once we crossed the Mackinac Bridge, we noticed that the trees ...
Quiet day at Grandma Gert's. We went to get the car washed in the morning but still have bugs glued onto the front! Maybe squished, air-dried bugs are an ancient, forgotten superglue that we have rediscovered?!! Jonathan found a spray of some kind that is supposedly able to remove this conundrum on the front of our vehicle. Of course this meant going to Walmart, and as usual we lost an hour of our lives wondering around the store. And as usual came-out with all ...
... log cabin in the forest. So peaceful. The smell of the trees and the sounds of crickets and tree frogs (I never realized that it was tree frogs) was just so relaxing. Carol and Roger built the house themselves by hand and even removed the bark off the trees themselves. It reminds me of my friend Andrew's cabin in Norway. I loved the vegetable patch - so many vegetables, herbs and lots of other things. I kept sniffing ...
... son, Jake came to visit and it was so nice to put faces to names. Jonathan has talked about everyone, so it was lovely meeting them. After chatting for a while I saw a message from my cousin Shirley who sent information about my Great Grandmother who is buried in Calumet. Shirley had to get my cousin, Tom to send things as she is on holiday in Alicante :-) I showed Aunt Carol who seemed ...
Welcome to Quilt Camp! I've been at Higgins Lake this weekend with 33 women from my quilt guild (Across the Square Quilters from Charlotte, MI) and friends of the guild. We have laughed, laughed so hard we cried, sewed A LOT, offered and accepted quilting advice, shared many stories of our lives, sewed some more, played quilt ...