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... my gut and skip this dangerous stretch of highway? Or should I get out there and just do it? Maura pointed out that it was not raining and maybe the truck traffic would lighten up. I had to talk myself into giving it a try, this was the first and only time I did not want to ride.
Surly and I launched down the road full of apprehension. Truck traffic soon built to a steady parade of terror, loggers often came in ...
... decadent. Took several road trips along the coastline with Robin and Steve and stopped at different sites of interest. Farmer's markets are terrific in this area-full of fresh vegetables, flowers, decadent baked items and local craftsmen. Picked up organic cherry bratwursts to try at some point during our trip. Brats, beer, and cheese are the rage in this part of the US. Had a great time. Always sad to say goodbye, but we have other roads to travel. Life is ...
... beaches and less rocky shores. There are four lighthouses on the peninsula, four state parks and numerous county parks.
This morning we walked in Toft Point Natural Area, through stands of old-growth white pines. Then we took the ferry across Death's Door to Washington Island, where I managed to find a yarn shop having a sale. It was a good way to end our stay. Tomorrow we head south to Green Bay and start northward to the Upper Peninsula and Lake ...
... 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 ...
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