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... Island Winery, and of course we had to bring a couple bottles home for the evening. We also drove through Point Pelee National Park, a famous bird migration route, spotting wild turkeys and a cougar. We were pretty excited to see wild things that were alive because our road kill count is over 100! So now, it's off to Michigan and then heading west towards home. Wonder what adventures we will have on the ...
After a rather interesting breakfast we headed out to the Henry Ford Museum - which is much more than just a car museum. There were trains, planes, of course automobiles. Furniture, farm machinery, women's rights, civil war info - I can see why they say it takes a day to complete - it's huge. After a few hours walking around we'd seen pretty much all we wanted to. On the way home Andy saw a cheap massage so that's where we spent the ...
... Michigan arriving about 6pm. Supposedly a 4 hour trip (according to the GPS) but we did detour a couple of times both accidentally and on purpose so it took us about 6 hours. So many beautiful maple trees with colours out of a book. Andy suggested I had taken enough photos but I replied at 100km an hour how good could they be - several ended up in the deleted ...
... at our hotel forst. Homewood Suites (50,000 points OUCH) was beautifully decorated and laid out and our suite felt positively luxurious. We then headed out in search of a snack. Just a few hundred metres away was the famed Newport Creamery where we got some delicious ice cream and an Awful Awful, a must have in Newport. It turned out to be a less creamy milkshake and we really enjoyed it. Then it was off to Easton Beach for twin lobster rolls ...
White Water Rafting options:
1. Rolling Thunder River Company
$34 per adult, $29 per kid (Sun - Fri)
Nantahala River Trip Details
Minimum Age: The U.S. Forest Service requires that children be at least 7 years of age OR weigh at least 60 pounds in order to raft the Nantahala River.