Swan Inn Motel & Restaurant
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... s a three prong plug as opposed to your two prong plugs at home those are 15 or 20 amps. 3) Do you know what Black Water is? It's gross, but that's the water from the toilet...you dump that first, then the gray water from the sinks...helps to keep your sewer lines less...ahhhh....messy 4) Do you know where the generator gets its fuel from? The car gas! Quite nifty. But you only need the generator when your "dry camping" and not hooked up ...
... There were also a bunch of snails floating on the water as well as lots of different types of birds. It was chilly and breezy when we got in the water around 9 but by the time we left it was perfect 70 degree weather. We ate lunch and then packed up the RV and then headed out. We drove back through the town of Ludington which was a quaint shore town and also stopped to ...
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... I can really notice it. The engine runs rough. This trip is was spotty, in Canada we could not find any grade higher than 91 Octane (I prefer 93 Octane or higher). Best gas was found at a CITCO station in Sault Ste. Marie - 93 Octane.