Shanty Creek Resorts - Cedar River Village
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Shanty Creek Resorts - Cedar River Village Bellaire
Travel Blogs from Bellaire
... we think) sandhill cranes . . . that we saw on the trip into Marquette! No picture this time, though!!
Oh, the night before, while stilling on Nick & Connie's sheltered patio, Nick thought he saw an animal . . . he wanted me to get up and look at it, but when I got out of my chair, it made a noise and I spooked it. Nick mentioned it, and Carol thought she had seen something, too . . . and it looked like a wolf! Nick knew it was bigger than a fox . . . ...
... in his room as Rehab is pet friendly if approved by his doctor (unlike his last ward)!
Not to open the flood gates, but Bill has changed his mind and will now accept visitors, cards, flowers (but he has several already), phone calls, and texts (yes, we now have worldwide unlimited texting of messages, photos & movies and unlimited calling on his cellphone). His daily schedule is so busy that he requests you to text ...
... and heartache, from falling into the depths of grief. You must stand up in the storm. You must face the wind and the cold and the darkness. When the storm blows hard you must stand firm, for it is not trying to knock you down, it is really trying to teach you to be strong. Kihelakayo! (Keep going) Mitakuye Oyasin. Hecitu yelo. (We are all related. It is indeed so.)" - Lakota story & words provided by dear friend & neighbor Rich.
... were at Munson Hospital at 4:30 AM for check-in this morning. He had another MIR scan and was prepped for surgery. I teased him about having his hair cut like mine. He no longer has to worry about wearing a hairnet or messing up his hair in my roadster! Besides myself, Bill's sister Judy and brothers Bob & Tom were able to join him in the prep room to bid him good wishes for his surgery. He went into surgery at 8:30 AM. The ...
"The most beautiful people we have known
are those who have known defeat,
known suffering, known struggle, known loss
and have found their way out of the depths.
These persons have an appreciation,
a sensitivity, and an understanding
of life that fills them with compassion,
gentleness, and a deep loving concern.
Beautiful people do not just happen."
- Elizabeth Kubler-Ross