Little Sister Resort
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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... area when we wanted one we carried on until we went through a town area with eating places and stores we came to a pub bar with food with parking outside. Geoff was in danger of being all over the road so we stopped here and he had a rest. Slept a short while. I read my book and rested. We then had a coffee at this same place and after about half an hour we set off again. We found Menominee easily. The econo lodge was very easy to find on 10th street which we came in ...
... River - which then opens up to Lake Michigan.
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I did not get any pictures today as my phone was dead for whatever reason. Maybe I did not get it plugged in all the way? Maybe because it was SOO EFFING COLD.
I wore 3 shirts, a sweater, a jacket a hat, 2 pairs of yoga pants, ...
... s Quarters bookends the old Fort Winnebago. Again a great history stop, highly recommended. The canal connecting the two drainages runs right along side it. It opened with such great hopes in 1876, but superseded by both the Illinois/Michigan canal and railroads it never reached its full potential. Today it lies closed and stagnant.
Then a quick stop at the ...
Arrived yesterday afternoon at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Staying at a campground where our dear friends Robin and Steve Albertson have a permanent site. We have a site very close to them and can see the bay from our site. This is a beautiful place. Had plans to stay 5 days but have decided to extend it to 8 days. Spent the day traveling up the ...
... sleepier, much less touristy, but both are beautiful. In between the two shores is farmland, mostly orchards (apples and cherries are quite famous here), corn and ridiculously picturesque barns. Geologically Door County is the far western edge of the Niagara Escarpment, a rock bowl of dolomite (compressed limestone) that stretches all the way to Niagara Falls. The west side has more cliffs and rocky outcroppings, whereas the east side is gentler, with ...