- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Joe, Butch, Jane and I finished loading up Sparkie and headed off to make the 11:00am bridge in South Haven. A little chilly but mostly gorgeous day. The ride up the channel was smooth. No boats, no traffic. Peaceful! The less than hour drive to Saugatuck ...
... gardens and suburban homes on big blocks of land and the beautiful birdsong. the so kindly we are seeing included chipmunks , rabbits, squirrels, gorgeous red cardinals, a delightful budgerigar sized. Bird lemon yellow with black head and lower wings, humming birds and the occasional dead deer. This area of Michigan apparently and sadly gets more dead deer than anywhere else in the USA due to the large number of both deer and cars)
... 36 that went to Rte. 23N to I75N. No wonder there was an additional 2 hours added on to the trip! Not really wanting to drive any longer than we had to, we opted to go with the truck GPS. All in all, not a bad trip. I just didn't expect to ever intentionally go to Michigan.
We did utter disparaging comments as we went by ...
... to get ice cream. We goofed off in our special way, and Daniel now makes me laugh more than ever. After Evan flirted with the girl at the ice cream counter, we headed down to the beach to finish out ice cream. The fog was extremely eerie and covered everything. It didn't even look like a beach. You couldn't see the lighthouse and from 20 yards away couldn't even see the water. It was insane, but cool. It turned my hair curly and I looked like ...
I had five days with Annabelle, the sweetest dog in the world.
The home owners allowed me to have visitors so my friend, Rick, Vicki and Karen along with brother Bob came and visited. ...