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... water flowing over it, sort of a fountain. It looked, in the fog, like it could be snow . . . but only for a moment. It was some kind of soap that they clean the sign and water with . . . sort of like in a giant bubble bath!! It had dissipated some when we left, but I did take a picture!
They want us to come back . . . and we want to come back . . . but Petersburg to Marquette is 480 miles--ONE WAY!!
We headed out in the mist and rain. We saw ...
... and realized Rick and Nancy were following us. The last contact we had with them was on our crossing from the Bahamas to Fort Pierce, FL well over a year ago! What a great surprise to hear them and to finally see them again when we got to the next marina.
We found Mackinaw Island busy with ferry traffic and pleasure boats docked at the marina, but we wanted to pass by and see it from Satisfaction. We had reservations across the Lake at Mackinaw ...
... we discovered a bookstore, a nautical shop, clothing boutiques, gifts shops and a kitchen supply store. The boys looked at boats in the harbor docked on a beautiful afternoon. Dinner at a restaurant called Turkey Pizzaria. We shared a large pizza and it was delicious. Before we left, we enjoyed a jazz musician participating in an event called Musique in Harbor Springs. There were performers on every block. Back at the condo, we packed what we could and went to ...
... spoon...popular with the boys. Afterward, we played tennis and swam indoors as it was a little chilly out. Dinner out at the Polish Kitchen. We had the place to ourselves and ate pierogies, dumplings, schnitzel and goulash. Because we have been interested in Boyne Highlands, a nearby resort, we stopped by to check it out. It was our lucky day as this was our last night to try zip lining so ...
... the world. People came from Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere this year just to "sail the Mac." I’d also be willing to bet they would agree with a saying that a late, long-time family friend, one who sailed in many “Macs” seemed to live by. In fact, it was printed on cards he had made to let people know he was ready to sail:
If All That Surrounds You Is the Horizon—That Is ...