Brown Trout & Falls Motels
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well we've been in Petoskey, Michigan all this week and it has been really nice to be in one spot for a while. We’ve traveled around the area and discovered some very interesting places. One place in particular that we liked was Boyne City. It is a small town by the lake about 15 miles south of Petoskey. It has a very nice area by the water with a park and marina that we enjoyed. The shopping was nice as well and lunch was delicious in an unusual ...
... consists of a 35-mile stretch of Lake Michigan shoreline
plus the North and South Manitou islands..
it was established because of its outstanding natural features,
including forests, ...
... for tomorrow's departure. We're headed out tomorrow for Escanaba, Michigan. We'll be spending one night at OB Fuller State Park, then head on into WIsconsin and Minnesota. It's going to be a hard four days of driving between here and the Black Hills of South Dakota. We're not looking forward to the drive, but we know that next weekend will see us at Dad and Susan's, who we haven't seen in far too long. Tomorrow's going to be a busy day, so It's off to bed for me! 'Night, ...
... It was fun to watch as old friendships were renewed, and new friendships were kindled. By ten o'clock, the music had ended and the boat parade had begun. This year was a bit of a disappointment, with only eight boats participating, but they put up a gallant effort as they sailed twice around Round Lake. Their return to their slips was the cue for the start of the fireworks, and at 10:25 PM on the dot the first rockets were launched. The show was ...
... at the Venetian Festival today, Charlevoix is a community that's doing fine.
After an easy morning, we loaded up and headed into town about one o'clock. Chris wanted to stop by Andy's, a local deli, to pick up some sandwiches to take downtown with us. And what sandwiches they were! Made to order by a four person team, these sandwiches were served on fresh rolls with generous portions of the ingredients you chose on your ...