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Sadly we left Petoskey and headed south to our next stop Stanwood. After finding River Ridge we back tracked to visit Cadillac. We should have stayed where we were or traveled the other way.Cadillac is nothing to write home about!
On the way back we stopped in Big Rapids and were pleasantly surprised. It had a lot more to offer than Cadillac. Big Rapids township was associated with the ...
We left Mosinee, WI this morning, made a stop at Mullens Cheese Shop and drove to Green Bay, WI because Larry wanted to see the Lambeau football arena. From there we went on to Manitowoc, WI, boarding the RV at 2 p.m. Although the forecast was looking stormy and rainy, the weather moved ahead of us and we had clear sailing. The ...
... sharing the camp fire. Nice. Today, Jim and I arose early and started our drive north. After a few directional miscues, we found our way to the proper state road. So far have traveled through Manistee (small, homes are older and not as kept as in Ludington but still cute; Cadillac, Kalkaska -tired looking, and Petosky - really really charming & picturesque - loved the vintage flavor). The weather today is partly cloudy & warmer! This is a ...
... didn't end up going to bed until around 4:00 in the morning (night? morning? it's all a blur...).
Underlined artists are the ones we intended to see, while the rest are ones we caught part of the show of.
Artists seen: Dixon's Violin, Cherub, EOTO, The Glitch Mob, Zeds Dead, Cosby Sweater, Umphrey's McGee
The next day, as the two following days, began with blistering heat inside the tent, followed by a breakfast of granola ...
Left at 0700 and rode 500 feet for breakfast because the sky looked like it was going to open up.
Did the Tunnel of Trees, then stopped for custard at Bop-In in Bay View, Michigan.
Stopped for lunch in at a bowling alley/restaurant called Tucker's in a cute little town called Northport, Michigan.
We rode by the lake almost all day today. Just really gorgeous scenery.
Onward to ...