Bay Inn Petoskey
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... water flowing over it, sort of a fountain. It looked, in the fog, like it could be snow . . . but only for a moment. It was some kind of soap that they clean the sign and water with . . . sort of like in a giant bubble bath!! It had dissipated some when we left, but I did take a picture!
They want us to come back . . . and we want to come back . . . but Petersburg to Marquette is 480 miles--ONE WAY!!
We headed out in the mist and rain. We saw ...
... was our last evening in Canada.
On August 1, we arrived at Drummond Island where we cleared US customs in less than half an hour. We were interviewed on the cockpit of the boat, given our clearance number and were on our way to Detour Harbor Marina, back in US waters. The next morning we headed to Mackinaw Island via Lake Huron. It was beautiful cruising weather - calm water, mild temperatures, and good company. On the way, we heard Nanseann on the ...
... 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 ...
... went down the wire two times. It was so exhilarating and a little scary. The resort is massive and still growing. We collected information for a future vacation. Still early, we went to a putt putt course in Petoskey. Ted came in first place, and we all had fun. Racing to catch the sunset, we drove west and just caught the end...still beautiful. The boys ranked this day up as one of the ...
... the world. People came from Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere this year just to "sail the Mac." I’d also be willing to bet they would agree with a saying that a late, long-time family friend, one who sailed in many “Macs” seemed to live by. In fact, it was printed on cards he had made to let people know he was ready to sail:
If All That Surrounds You Is the Horizon—That Is ...