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We made our way south to Mackinaw City which is at the northern tip of the Michigan's Lower Peninsula along the southern shore of the Straits of Mackinac. These two land masses are physically connected by the 8,614-foot (2,626 m) Mackinac Bridge. Opened in 1957, it is the world's 16th-longest in ...
... stone, the Petoskey Stone. She had just shopped at Bailey's Place Petoskey Stones & Stuff. We marveled at the complex beauty of her fossilized coral sample.
The following excerpt is from: Petoskeyarea.com website:
This Prehistoric Fossil Rocks: Well before dinosaurs roamed the earth, over 350 million years ago during ...
... or Mackinaw) City . . . and hit a few of the shops . . . bought some caramel corn from a favorite shop . . . and some good Mackinac Fudge!!, then got back on the road.
We got to the Hampton Inn in Gaylord
about 5:00 p.m. It was right across the road from a Bob Evans (a chain that started out in
Ohio) . . . and there was a Ruby Tuesday's a little further down the
road. We opted to walk over to the Bob Evans. Not a good idea. They
... a visit. We hadn't seen them since our time on the Chesapeake Bay. Making friends on the Loop is definitely the highlight of the entire journey. It's always so nice to see folks we met earlier, like it was to see Sue and John again. We followed Thanks Dad into Meldrum Bay the following day and invited them to join us and the Bakers for dinner at the Meldrum Bay Inn. What a treat for all of us. Excellent food, lovely service and a great evening in this tiny ...
... that the course is considered a practice course and there is no fee. They probably assumed we were guests, but we went along and played the course that went up and down the hills and did not pay a cent. Not our best game, but we had fun and didn't feel rushed. Best of all, the price was right. We were hot and looking for a cool treat. On to downtown Harbor Springs, we found a gelato shop and set a spell with some icy concoctions. Strolling in and out ...