Blue Spruce & Lucky Horseshoe Motel & Cabins
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Slept in until almost 9:00am Cloudy, breezy, light rain 47F Coffee, toast, fruit for breakfast Packed up & left at 11:50am; Left at same time as Do & Brian Shopping at West Branch 1:00pm (met Do & Brian there) Coffee at Tim's Left West Branch at 2:50pm Shopping at Great Lakes Crossings (5:00pm) - Bed Bath & Beyond - Meijer gas $2.539/gal - Meijer shopping - Left 6:00pm No delay at tunnel; Home at 6:40pm Total mileage: 759.6 ...
... in the cottage; Drank "hot toddies"; Looked at Do & Brian's Portugal trip pictures Drove to Lewiston Lodge for dinner but there was a 50 minute wait for a table; Ordered a couple pizzas instead & ate at the cottage; Dutch apple pie for dessert Looked at Judy's Germany pictures from this summer Judy left at 9:15pm Everyone went to bed at 10:00pm (very ...
Left home 3:50pm; Cleared customs at tunnel at 4:15pm Very heavy traffic on I-75 north through Detroit Stopped at Meijer in Auburn Hills - Gas $2.539/gal ($34.40) - Bought groceries ($59.31) - Coffee at Starbucks Dinner at Subway on Joslyn Rd. --- steak & cheese subs ($15.58) Left Auburn Hills at 6:45pm Stopped briefly at Outlet Mall at Birch Run Bathroom stop at Marathon station in St ...
... casino called Soaring Eagle. It’s obvious that lots of money is spent there. It is owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe and opened in 1998. There is a hotel as well as entertainment venues. The place is open 24/7 and it was packed when we walked through. We stayed at Soaring Eagle RV Resort which is also owned by the Indian Tribe. It offered free shuttle rides to the casino! If only I had money to throw ...
... for this trip. We plan to do quite a bit of anchoring in Georgian Bay and the North Channel. We had hoped to get the long leg of the crossing out of the way our first day out, but now the long leg will be tomorrow when we head for Tobermory, Ontario. The forecast is for winds to subside by morning and be from the southwest on ...