Travel Blogs from Saint Ignace
... the prime rib and Mary had fish and chips. I was not disappointed.
There was a lot of prairie/forest. Really pretty, but strangely, as Greg said, the GPS kept trying to lead us down the garden path except that we didn't want to go there! When we did get to St. Ignace, (pronounced Igness), our hotel was on the shore of Lake Michigan. When we lived in Illinois, we knew that we were looking at ...
... was nice is an understatement. It was beautiful, bright and sunny with a gentle breeze. Until of course we got under way. Out on the lake and in the Mackinaw Straights the wind was quite fresh, as they say. Once on Mackinaw Island we joined the hundreds of other tourists browsing the shops and exploring the island. In 1900 the island government banned motor vehicles on the island. This makes for a very interesting ...
... walk in Lansing and the temperature was very pleasant. Even the sky was mostly blue, a very pretty day actually. As we drove north the skies got darker and darker. By the time we arrived in St. Ignace it looked as though it would rain. Alas, the rain never came. Instead it's cold (yes cold), windy and partly cloudy. Our walk in Lansing was nice. The capitol is very pretty and the people there friendly. Again, there was ...
First official blog entry June 3, 2014 writing from French Farm Lake, MI in Macknaw City. Day 3 and all is well! Relatively smooth sailing through Ohio and Michigan. Our first night was spent at Fulton Farms - a member of the Harvest Hosts organization - if you don't know about Harvest Hosts, check it out at www.harvesthosts.com. Members enjoy free overnight camping at a network of farms, wineries and breweries across the US. What could ...
... crying and jerking its whole body. Its head is crushed. One eye is popped out. I see blood.
“GET BACK!” Slick shouts. He lifts the shovel high, and slams it on top the puppy. There is total silence. Slick shovels up the puppy and carries it into the orchard.
“Why did Slick kill the puppy?” I cry.
“He had to put it out of its misery,” Hiker explains, “because ...
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Other places to stay in Saint Ignace
965 N. State St., Saint Ignace | 2 star motelfrom $78
923 W. US Hwy. 2, Saint Ignace | 1 star motelfrom $75
1133 North Street, Saint Ignace | Motelfrom $32
250 S. State St., Saint Ignace | Motelfrom $50
635 West US-2, Saint Ignace | Motelfrom $49