Sierra Sands Family Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 ...
... of gently rolling hills. The forests are even-storied (only about 80' tall max), healthy, dense & mixed specie. Very pretty. People grow vegetable gardens but minimal flowers in the ground - but lots and lots of spots of color in varying flower pots and hanging baskets - they're beautiful. Plenty of fruit stands along the way. There are lakes, lakes & more lakes everywhere! Too bad the winters here are so brutal. Half way to Mackinac Island. More on this ...
... Where to start, where to start...
I suppose at the beginning. I picked up my life-long friend and adoptive brother John at the Detroit Airport on Wednesday and we high-tailed it to Rothbury in far-west-central Michigan. It took close to 4 hours of driving but we made it to the gates of the festival around 11:00 or so at night. And boy, we were not the first.
A line of cars over a mile long stretched from the front gate and continued to trickle in ...
Severe thunderstorm on the way...so we booked!
Nice motel - glad it's brick because there is a MAJOR storm coming through this area tonight!
Got an alarm on my iPad that there was smoke in my condo, so spent the better part of the afternoon trying to get in touch with neighbors every time we stopped, Using on of the other rider's cell phones! Not fun!
After a scary first drive out of Chicago we arrived in the evening at electric forest music festival. Strangely the set up is that everyone camps next to there cars and we were fortunate enough to neighbour some hospitable texans whose set up was class. They really showed us what 'glamping' was about- they had tent fans, picnic tables, fish and shrimp dinners, cooked breakfasts and bafflingly they never had warm beer. Camping next to them ...