The Vineyard Inn on Suttons Bay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... own, I now know that those experiences can be amazing!! Boldness is something I've been striving for since my college days. My volleyball coach emphasized it every season for our play on the court and in our everyday lives, and it's stuck with me.
To travel is to be BOLD, you're stepping outside your comfort zone, you're exploring new and maybe unusual places, you're meeting new people and learning more about yourself! Boldness ...
... movie DVD of Bill's life. Two days of computer problems (even borrowed Bone's laptop to no avail), another mental collapse and finally I finished the DVD just in time to rush it to the funeral home the day before to make sure it worked in their system. I was so relieved to see that there were color pictures, movies and that the sound was working on all of their flat screen televisions in all of the rooms. The funeral director told me that we ...
This morning we drove the RV from Caledonia to Lake Ann where Steve and Jill and family live. Steve and Jill had a "field trip" planned for the day in the RV. What a fun way to travel with four grandkids and four adults! The grandkids called the RV the moving livingroom as they were able to sit at the table and color, look at books and have snacks. We traveled to Jakes Corn Maze where we picked apples, traveled through ...
... Nicole) Dalgleish II of Traverse City, MI; Stephen (Jessica) Ric******* of Anthem, AZ, Scott (Mehgan) Ric******* of Howell, MI; Shaun (Kari) Ric******* of Pinckney, MI; Matthew Ric******* of Port St. Lucie, FL; Nathan (Jordyn) Ric******* of Farwell, MI.
Great Nephews: Julian Tindale, Justin Tindale, Ronnie Dalgleish, Tommy Dalgleish III, Tony Dalgleish, Great-great Nephew: Benson Ric*******.
Bill's visitation for the celebration of ...
... we set up the Kelty. Then there was the OUTHOUSE. It's easy to mouth breath to avoid stinky situations, but we were shocked when we realized that the putrid stench permeated our clothing.The gagging odor was nauseating. We both felt sick as we settled into our sleeping bags for the night. Visions of Clorox danced in our heads.