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... that my multitalented wife has pyro skills, she has proven to be an expert campfire starter, she is also very protective of her campfire works of art, my attempts to help usually result in total fire-kill. so she is the one to stoke, fan or add logs to the fire so as not to disturb the delicate nature of the perfect flame. ...
We arrived this evening and checked into our really nice hotel. We then went back out to see if the visitor center was still open. It wasn't, so we went to check out a lighthouse, an old furnace at the Hiawatha National Forest, and a small town called Christmas. It was an enjoyable evening that ended with free pancakes at our hotel. ...
... 8230;.These are yummy meat and vegetable pies wrapped in pie crust and served with gravy or Catsup for dipping.
Here in Munising the big attraction is the Pictured Rock National Lakeshore, Numerous Waterfalls and the Shipwrecks in the area. Lake Superior between Whitefish point and Munising became famous for the shipwrecks in the area. Since we arrived early we decided to do the Pictured Rocks boat ...
... The scenery is beautiful! There are tons of pine trees and every now an then you will get a view of a huge wetland or Lake Michigan.
Last night it rained all night and it is still drizzling this morning. We are going to go to Seney National Wildlife Refuge and then making our way to a campground near Porcupine Mountain State Park.
... br> parking spot. The breath wooshed back into my lungs with relief. Did the
Universe really bring me all the way back to this site to help me get the staff
back? What if I hadn’t listened to the girl at the information desk who told me
to go to Hurricane River. It wasn’t a coincidence. The Universe is looking out
for me. Because we are all connected. P.S. The formatting is all messed up because I wrote in Word first. Won't do that again. Thanks for bearing with ...