American Host Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... choppy so it was best to be seated on this trip! We pulled into port at 7 p.m., waited for the RV to be delivered to the Badger parking lot on a beautiful, sunny evening. This is the last leg of our trip, spending the night at Cartier Park in Ludington. Tomorrow we head back to Pleasant Lake.... Many memories and feeling so ...
... then finally connecting with the rest of the Clan Little in the campground (Sue & Richard Francis, Chris Francis, Kathy and Ric**********, Sharon Cibulka and kids, Mike Yeckley, Steve Yeckley, Janet and grand kids. They had all spent the day floating on rafts from Hamlin Lake to Lake Michigan). The weather was nice but gradually changing and getting cooler. So far we haven't been bothered by mosquitos - just biting flies (size of house flies). Ouch! Jim ...
... up being close to 40,000 people at this festival -- it was sold out!) and set up to make room for tents and continuing traffic (going aisle for driving, car, tent, tent, car, aisle for driving, and so on for around ten rows per block). John and I, bringing only my small tent, quickly set up and helped our neighbors set their up too. They were all-too kind and offered us beer for our trouble, which was the kindling to a beautiful relationship we had with them. That ...
Left at 0700 and rode 500 feet for breakfast because the sky looked like it was going to open up.
Did the Tunnel of Trees, then stopped for custard at Bop-In in Bay View, Michigan.
Stopped for lunch in at a bowling alley/restaurant called Tucker's in a cute little town called Northport, Michigan.
We rode by the lake almost all day today. Just really gorgeous scenery.
Onward to ...
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 ...