Shanty Creek Resorts - Summit Village
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I'm about to leave!!! HUZZAH!!
Today when I was saying goodbye to people I had a friend say to me "I'm so proud of you! You're being bold! You're going to get so much out of it!" I loved that!
Last year when I was about to leave for my NOLS course I was FREAKING OUT. It was a new place with new people embarking on a major expedition, and I was way nervous. But after doing that and having such an incredible time venturing out ...
... like giving me pressure just before it starts!"
I somehow pulled it together and pretty much maintained my composure as family and friends started to pour in. Well, for me, it turned out just like Bill had wanted. It was a wonderful celebration of his life with way more family & friends than I had ever imagined. l had told the director I thought about 100 people would show up. He told me later that the crowd was one of the largest they ...
... in Lapeer, MI in 1973. He attended Kalamazoo Valley Community College. He loved music and became a church organist and pianist for several years. He was an Attendant Nurse for the State of Michigan for several years. He found the love of his life Walter Kroupa of Traverse City, MI in 1977 in Lansing, MI and they remained together for 36 years before getting married. Bill & Walt eloped to Ontario, Canada and got married in Sault Ste. Marie ...
... Colleen) Ric******* of Mayville, MI; and sister Judy (Tom) Dalgleish of Lapeer, MI.
Nieces: Amy (Daryl) Tindale of North Branch, MI; Brenna Ric******* of Manistee, MI; Annie (Robbie) Bauer, River Ridge, FL; Liz Ric******* of Mayville, MI
Great Nieces: Marisa Tindale, Taea Dalgleish, Emma Dalgleish, Kia Ric*******, Ava Ric*******, and Great-great Niece Hayden Ric*******.
Nephews: Adam (Tonya) Dalgleish of West Branch; ...
... back and arms actually welcomed the upright, recreational posture as we sauntered along to camp.
At first glance, the Everflowing Waters Campground was an ideal stopover. Only a few uninhabited camping trailers were sprinkled across the lush green grounds, a babbling brook and songbirds ...