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... flowers were abundant. They were large and vibrant in color. Yards and shops were all decked out in numerous varieties. Robin and Steve's new rig was delivered the day after we arrived, so we helped them shift all their belongings from one camper to another. They moved up from a 32 ft. Class C to a 42 ft. destination camper. Their new dig is big and beautifully decorated and should fit all their needs. Most important they are thrilled with it. They had quite ...
... stopped by the pub. When I left that first evening she told me to drive carefully, with the warning that "the deer are moving". Not something I generally worry about, but I was glad she mentioned it because they were indeed out and about,lurking by the side of the road. It's very rural out here.
Door County has two sides, the Bay side and the 'Quiet' side (or Lake side). Baileys Harbor, our home for the last few days, is on the Quiet Side. The ...
... process for him to accept that there was another person in the room. At first, we watched the movie in silence as I familiarized myself with the surroundings: one bedroom home, bedroom upstairs, dirty kitchen, guitar and amp in living room, numerous bikes, speakers hung hastily from the wall, Xbox and DVD collection. I was back in college. Eventually, Scot asked, 'what was your name again?' After some conversation, he began a tour of ...
... the coast of Lake Michigan. The lake is so vast that you forget that it is a lake. We are now staying in Gladstone on Little Bay de Noc MI. The campground is right on the water and is mainly occupied by families from the lower part of the state. They are all very friendly and as soon as they see that we have FL plates want to tell us where they stay in FL. We have been getting a kick out of how everyone uses the phrase you betcha eh. Something like y'all come back ...
We journeyed across beautiful M2. M2 goes right along lake Michigan. We stopped along the way at scenic points. We were inundated w midges, yucky flies. But then greeted by a lovely hostess at our escanaba hotel motel, the sunset lodge. Now enjoying dinner @ The Buck ...
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Other places to stay in Escanaba
2415 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba | 1 star motelfrom $77
2635 Ludington Street, Escanaba | 2 star motelfrom $103
3600 Ludington Street, Escanaba | 2 star motelfrom $121
6386 N. 11th St., Escanaba | Motelfrom $59
620 N. Lincoln Road, Escanaba | Motelfrom $39