Econo Lodge Kalkaska
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Today was to be a short day of traveling. It is a short trip to Mackinaw, Michigan from Traverse City. Traveling north, enjoying my McDonald's coffee, A moose sculpture caught my eye as I was entering a small community as well as a city park sign. I was thinking the park would be on Lake Michigan and give me the opportunity to paddle lake no 4 on this trip. The moose sculpture was on the edge of beautiful gardens full of metal art like I had ...
I'm about to leave!!! HUZZAH!!
Today when I was saying goodbye to people I had a friend say to me "I'm so proud of you! You're being bold! You're going to get so much out of it!" I loved that!
Last year when I was about to leave for my NOLS course I was FREAKING OUT. It was a new place with new people embarking on a major expedition, and I was way nervous. But after doing that and having such an incredible time venturing out ...
Wow, how life can change so suddenly! One minute here, the next minute gone forever. I am still in total shock. I have been encouraged to write another blog entry and not to just stop at Bill's obituary. I have been going through the most difficult time in my life by far and have been too depressed to write. But I have somehow made it through the toughest times, mainly through the love and support of you all, my dear family & friends and the ...
... City Record Eagle on September 20th. Thank you Phil!!
Obituary for William Charles Ric*******:
William “Bill” Charles Ric*******, 59, of Elk Rapids, MI passed away on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at Munson Hospital after a courageous battle against cancer in Traverse City, MI. Bill was born on July 20, 1955 in Lapeer, MI to the late Robert & Lucile (Platt) Ric*******.
Bill graduated from Lapeer Senior ...
... to SAG WAG Central. Amazing Maura was in Ellsworth within 10 minutes! We took the white, backup bike off the rack for the first rescue mission. I had named her, "The Old Gray Mare" and I hoped she would be, just like she used to be. MTC loaded Surly on the DL rack and drove 55 miles to Traverse City, a cutting edge mecca of 14,172 ...